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March 10 -14, New York The fourth annual InCite Arts Festival, presented by the Boston University College of Fine Arts NEW YORK, Feb.
A team of research biologists headed by Thomas H. Kunz, professor of biology and director of the Center of Ecology and Conservation Biology at Boston University, will conduct a symposium on the emerging scientific discipline of aeroecology at this year's American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting.
Cheryl Knott's NSF-supported work helps us understand why orangutans require protection and conservation.
A study said that most exercise appears to have little relationship with the quality or quantity of sperm, but men who bike at least five hours a week have fewer and less active sperm than men who did not exercise.
Sunday, November 21, 7:30 p.m. EST on www.bu.edu/cfa/totenberg100 BOSTON, Nov. 18, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For the first time ever on Sunday, November 21, a live orchestra performance will be webcast with video from Boston's historic Symphony Hall.
Researchers at Boston University and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard have discovered that charitable behavior exists in one of the most microscopic forms of lifeâ€”bacteria.
Researchers have developed technology for large-scale solar power installations to self-clean.
Researchers at the Tufts University School of Engineering and Boston University have fabricated and characterized the first large area metamaterial structures patterned on implantable, bio-compatible silk substrates.
Boston University researchers have discovered a genetic sequence that predicts with more accuracy than ever before whether a person will live to the age of 100 -- even if they have other genes associated with disease.
Planetary scientists have uncovered telltale signs of water on Mars â€” frozen and liquid â€” in the earliest period of the Red Planetâ€™s history.
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