The latest version of xenobots can swim, heal, record information—and create new versions of themselves.
In 1920, W.E.B. Du Bois helped found “The Brownies' Book,” the first publication of its kind. Now Associate Professor of Sociology Freeden Blume Oeur is helping bring it long overdue attention.
A decade-long research-practice partnership between the Eliot-Pearson Department and ABCD Head Start has improved science education for children and professional development for teachers.
From people to fine wine to TV shows, a Tell Me More podcast featuring a number of A&S faculty and alumni explores the good and bad of getting older.
Using fundamental calculations of molecular interactions, they created a catalyst with 100% selectivity in producing propylene, a key precursor to plastics and fabric manufacturing.
A survey by conducted by Assistant Professor of Sociology Anjuli Fahlberg and colleagues in a poor community in Brazil finds that economic uncertainty of the pandemic is top-most on residents’ minds.
Working unpredictable hours boosts your risk for chronic disease, and affects women more than men, says a new study by Mary Davis, associate professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
The university will become a member of the Association of American Universities.
Ayanna Thomas, Professor of Psychology, will become the next Dean of Research for A&S in September.
Nik Karns participated in collaborative research which examined disproportionate barriers facing people of color who aspire to open and operate charter schools.