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2 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
Each year, members of Ranney Schools senior class are accepted into some of the most prestigious colleges and universities across the country.
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What happens when a chimpanzee accidentally launches some 1960s British pop rockers into space, forcing the group to become intergalactic diplomats on a planet full of women? Tonight, at 7 p.m. during the College Town Film Festival at the State Theatre, the answer will become abundantly clear.
8 hrs ago | New Scientist
A hymn to citizen science, Walden Warming by Richard Primack seeks the reality of climate change in the effects that ordinary people have recorded IN 2001, at the age of 52, Richard Primack packed the records of 21 years of research on tropical rainforests into a filing cabinet.
The Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute is holding the Women and Leadership Festival at Boston University on April 22 and 23, a series of interactive workshops and discussions promoting women's leadership through self-empowerment, collaboration and activism.
From the Department of Biostatistics, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA ; Center for Sickle Cell Disease, Howard University, Washington, DC ; Sickle Cell Vascular Disease Section, Hematology Branch, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Bethesda, MD ; Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine, and Vascular ... (more)
BOSTON UNIVERSITY HOSTS DISCUSSION ON "THE UNITED NATIONS, ARMENIA, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF NAGORNO KARABAKH" 11:03 14.04.2014 On Wednesday evening, March 26, 2014, Rouben Shougarian and Armen Baibourtian, former ambassadors of post-Soviet Armenia, spoke at the Kenosian Chair Current Issues Series, "The United Nations Armenia, and the Sovereignty of ... (more)
In his newly released book, Dr. Amir Aczel argues that science does not disprove the existence of God and that atheists' anti-God arguments are fundamentally flawed.
After the security bug Heartbleed was discovered on April 7, Boston University's Information Services and Technology Department sent an email to the BU community Friday warning them of the software defect that could compromise users' secure information.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren addressed the Boston University community Wednesday as part of the Initiative on Cities Speaker Series to address challenges students face with large loans and college affordability.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, which will open next fall, announced Monday that it has appointed College of Arts and Sciences professor of international relations and of earth and environment Adil Najam as the school's inaugural dean.
The Damascus City Council hired a new city manager at its meeting Tuesday, April 7, and one of its councilors, Mel O'Brien, resigned.
Boston is set this week to debate whether to ban a new, downtown biodefense laboratory from studying some of the world's deadliest disease agents.
Kevin Lee, a sophomore in the College of Engineering, was found dead in his dorm room Monday morning by the Boston University Police Department.
Boston University researchers have learned new information about the consequences of overeating high-calorie foods.
According to a new study, vapor from e-cigarettes damage human cells in much the same way as smoke from traditional cigarettes.
Most breast cancers are treated by blocking their addictions, for example depriving estrogen-fueled tumors of estrogen.