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Researchers Find COVID-19 Mother-to-Newborn Infection Rates are Low, but Indirect Risks Exist
Fight or flight response may hinge on protein in skeletal muscular system
U.S. President Biden Announces 12 Key Climate and Infrastructure Administration Nominations
Use of e-cigarettes plus tobacco cigarettes linked to higher risk of respiratory symptoms
Nominations Sent to Senate 23 April
A unique partnership continues to thrive
Know your ally: Cooperative male dolphins can tell who’s on their team
Boston University Weekly COVID-19 Report: April 14 to 20
SMART breakthrough in materials discovery enables twistronics for bulk systems
Study models economic impact of proposed law to regulate high-risk diagnostic tests
NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover Extracts First Oxygen from Red Planet
New process breaks down biodegradable plastics faster
To Design Truly Compostable Plastic, Scientists Take Cues From Nature
Dana-Farber nurses present research at 2021 Oncology Nursing Society Congress
Updated advice for safe COVID-19 vaccination in people with high-risk allergy histories
OSA and IS&T Name Joseph Izatt 2021 Edwin H. Land Medal Recipient
From entrepreneur to climate policy advocate
Study: Heart setbacks from COVID-19 unlikely in athletes
More than a year into COVID-19 pandemic, progress on understanding disease but many
COVID-19-Associated Seizures May be Common, Linked to Higher Risk of Death
Federal Water Rule Does Not Account for Pollution Across State Boundaries
Whitest paint is here – and it’s coolest. Literally
Nominations Sent to Senate 16 April
Tufts Awards Grants to 35 Non-Profits to Support Local Initiatives
Increased risk of liver cancer in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver
Stanford plant biologists help develop guide for science outreach
Workplace Communication Study During Pandemic Finds Managers Should Talk Less, Listen More
Making music from spider webs
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute receives 2021 Community Hero Award presented by Make-A-Wish Massachusetts and Rhode Island
Congress Advances Slavery Reparations Bill: US
Chronic sinus inflammation appears to alter brain activity
A better nasal swab for Covid-19 testing
Boston University Weekly COVID-19 Report: March 31 to April 6
Excellent outcomes reported for first targeted frontline therapy for high-risk pediatric Hodgkin lymphoma
NIH begins study of allergic reactions to Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines
Gift supports research into rare cancers, community-building
Overfishing of Atlantic Cod Likely Did Not Cause Genetic Changes
Public Announcement Concerning a Proposed Health Care Project
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh, April 2, 2021
Insights at intersection of nervous and immune systems point to a culprit behind chronic
What NYU Researchers Have Learned About Vaccine Acceptance and Hesitancy
Researchers discover why cold induces tooth pain, hypersensitivity
Why community trust and engagement must be cornerstones of pandemic response
Multilingual people have an advantage over those fluent in only two languages
Boston University Weekly COVID-19 Report: March 24 to 30
NIH clinical trial evaluating Moderna COVID-19 variant vaccine begins
Prosecuting Nonviolent Misdemeanors Increases Rearrest Rates
Press Briefing by White House COVID-19 Response Team and Public Health Officials 1 April