A new $225,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will fund a yearlong seminar series examining how we have arrived at current understandings of race and indigeneity in North and South America.
Graduate students Chinyere Agbai and Arjee Restar have earned competitive national awards from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to support their studies to improve health for underserved populations.
Since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, Dr. Janice Santos, assistant professor of surgery and a physician with Brown Urology, has been working to help provide relief where an urgent medical crisis continues.
New research shows that equatorial waves — pulses of warm ocean water that play a role in regulating Earth’s climate — are driven by the same dynamics as the exotic materials known as topological insulators.
Working in Brown University’s Center for Computation and Visualization, application scientist Benjamin Knorlein, here with visiting scientist Tom Sgouros, helps turn research data into virtual reality.
Brown University biostatistics researchers, led by Professor Constantine Gatsonis, will provide a statistical ‘nerve center’ for a huge and innovative new study comparing 3-D and 2-D breast cancer screening technologies.
With a new $3 million grant, a multi-institutional team led by Brown University public health researchers will measure and test how ‘resilience,’ or the ability to flourish in spite of adversity, may lead to better HIV-related outcomes.
Anchor tenancy in the building continues University’s commitment to joining public and private partners in transforming Providence’s Jewelry District into a national hub for technology transfer, entrepreneurship and economic innovation.
Agreement ends Pokanoket encampment in Bristol, outlines an inclusive process for creating a preservation trust to ensure conservation of the land and sustainable access by Native tribes with ties to its historic sites.