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Targeting deadly, drug-resistant bacteria poses a serious challenge to researchers looking for antibiotics that can kill pathogens without causing collateral damage in human cells. A team of Boston College chemists details a new approach using a "warhead" molecule to attack bacteria -- and spare healthy human cells -- by targeting a pair of lipids found on the surface of deadly germs, according to a report today in the journal Nature Communications.
A New Generation of Change – Students Creating A More Sustainable Tomorrow Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) February 17, 2015 myActions, the leading student-powered
Boston College Eagles vs. Penn State Nittany Lions competition happens on December 27, and Ticketability.com is ready with discounted prices for the game at Yankee Stadium.
New study issued by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship reveals a commitment for continued investment in corporate citizenship by executives CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., Dec.
More than 100 of those who completed the School's new interactive online program on the language of business come to campus to receive Credential of Readiness BOSTON, Nov.
A novel metamaterial enables a fast, efficient and high-fidelity terahertz radiation imaging system capable of manipulating the stubborn electromagnetic waves, advancing a technology with potential applications in medical and security imaging.
Cyndy Locke, Director of College Counseling for Oaks Christian Online high school, attends conference held jointly by Harvard University and the College Board. Westlake
American Hydroponics supports Boston College Professor Mike Barnett’s mission to educate urban youth. Arcata, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
A survey of science teachers finds they support a new approach to science education, but they struggle to believe that all students are capable of exploring science using a method called argumentation.
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