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Overestimating population immunity contributed to U.S. Delta variant surge
Brown adopts land acknowledgment, additional commitments to Native and Indigenous communities
Eavesdroppers can hack 6G wireless frequency with DIY metasurface, research team demonstrates
New weight-loss intervention targets instinctive desire to eat
Friendly fungi announce themselves to their hosts
Eavesdroppers can hack 6G frequency with DIY metasurface
Key Protein Identified for Brain Stem Cell Longevity
Climate scientist Kim Cobb to lead Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
Alarming Increase in Tuberculosis Deaths Emerging in COVID’s Wake
In partnership with Providence’s Building Futures, Brown jump-starts careers in construction
Researchers highlight more equitable way to analyze DNA data from understudied groups
Postpartum insurance loss decreased during Covid pandemic, study finds
Changes in postpartum insurance coverage during pandemic
Collective motion in crowds is largely determined by individual fields of vision
Robotic swimmer sheds light on microorganisms in motion
Seafloor spreading has been slowing down
For young adults, mindfulness habits for life and promise of better mental, physical health
Differences between Moon’s near and far sides linked to colossal ancient impact
Creating Clear Guidelines for Treating Opioid Addiction and Preventing Overdoses
How boas save themselves from suffocation when constricting and digesting dinner
Learning improvements during sleep found to stem from learning process
Researchers Develop Scoring Tool to Measure Severity of Delirium
Brown social scientist wins prestigious Bradley Prize
Why Vikings left Greenland
Discovery could pave way for new lung treatment
Seen and ‘herd’: Collective motion in crowds is largely determined by participants’ field of vision
Reviving war-game scholarship at MIT
Connecting dots between aging, Alzheimer’s, and ‘junk DNA’
Visual leaf library new tool for identifying plants
Through research collaboration, Brown scholars aim to improve experiences of refugees
American slavery focus of Becker Series in History
Researcher to lead $16M grant to explore potential cause, treatment for Alzheimer’s disease
Seniors with Memory Issues Take Multiple Medications, but Most Are Willing to Cut Down
Seniors with memory issues take multiple meds, but most are willing to cut down
From Lab: Kavita Ramanan puts randomness to work
Covid has taken heavy toll on health workers and systems, Brown physician-scientist tells Congress
State Department Announces 2021-2022 Fulbright Top Producing Institutions
Suspending syringe services programs will result in an increase of HIV infections, study finds
Scientists call for patient-centered approach to treating obesity
Brown launches online-only master’s degree in public health
Brown convenes scholars to envision future of home-based health tech
Brown sociologist weighs in on tensions at Russia-Ukraine border
Covid linked to serious health complications during pregnancy
Psyche, iron giant of asteroids, may be less iron than researchers thought
At community health clinic in Providence, improving access and care for LGBTQ+ patients
Targeted, anti-clotting meds had less risk of major bleeding for rare, deadly strokes
Researchers use tiny magnetic swirls to generate true random numbers
Study Finds Unexpected Benefits of ‘Drug Checking’ Programs