Latest Boston College Stories
Hovering helicopter parents who restrict their kids’ unstructured play may actually harm, rather than help.
Throughout the ages, fine art has been accorded a special significance and recognized as a powerful communication tool.
A designer metamaterial has shown it can engineer emitted "blackbody" radiation with an efficiency beyond the natural limits imposed by the material's temperature.
According to a multidisciplinary team of researchers, American artist Jackson Pollock's paintings do not defy the laws of physics.
Carbon found within ancient rocks has played a crucial role developing a time line for the emergence of biological life on the planet billions of years ago.
The visual power of a brand can be the first breakthrough companies make with their customers.
Multitaskers who think they can successfully divide their attention between the program on their television set and the information on their computer screen proved to be driven to distraction by the two devices.
High-performance nanotech materials arrayed on a flat panel platform demonstrated seven to eight times higher efficiency than previous solar thermoelectric generators, opening up solar-thermal electric power conversion to a broad range of residential and industrial uses.
A new catalytic chemical method for the synthesis of a large and important class of carbon-carbon double bonds has been developed by scientists from Boston College and MIT, the team reports in the journal Nature.
Nano-scale lattice developed at Boston College a promising platform for clean energy applicationsCoating a lattice of tiny wires called Nanonets with iron oxide â€“ known more commonly as rust â€“ creates an economical and efficient platform for the process of water splitting, an emerging clean fuel science that harvests hydrogen from water, Boston College researchers report in the online edition of the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.