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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.
Mexican composer, producer, educator takes post August 1 BOSTON, June 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Benjamin E. Juarez, director of culture, technology and development at the Dr.
Using experiments involving a mechanical shaker and a robotic frog, researchers have found new evidence that male red-eyed treefrogs communicate with one another in aggressive contests by using vibrations they send through their plant perches.
Boston University biomedical engineers develop new nanopore method for DNA sequencing.
Boston University team makes strides in detecting and controlling terahertz radiation.
NEWARK, Del., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fraunhofer Center for Molecular Biotechnology ("CMB") in Newark, Delaware, the Fraunhofer Center for Manufacturing Innovation ("CMI") in Boston, Massachusetts, the Boston University College of Engineering, and the biopharmaceutical company iBio, Inc.
An artificial pancreas system that closely mimics the body's blood sugar control mechanism was able to maintain near-normal glucose levels without causing hypoglycemia in a small group of patients.
Can grapheneâ€”a newly discovered form of pure carbon that may one day replace the silicon in computers, televisions, mobile phones and other common electronic devicesâ€”be made to bend, twist and roll?
Traditional treatments of cognitive behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy don't reach everyone.
With funding from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, engineers at Boston University are working on a theoretical approach to improve automated mission control and decision-making for fleets of unmanned aerial vehicles.
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.