David Savitz, vice president for research, commented on the likelihood that a national program will succeed when its predecessor failed, which aimed to understand how urban environments could effect childhood development.
A paper co-authored by Sveta Milusheva of Brown University is cited in an article that highlights key points that could dismantle Trump's campaign promise to rebuild America's crumbling infrastructure.
Guy Edwards, co-director of Brown University’s Climate and Development Lab, commented on Latin America's agenda in relation to climate change, a topic that has largely been ignored by the region's financial institutions.
A $2.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Mental Health will support a suicide risk study by researchers at Care New England’s Butler Hospital, Brown University and the University of Michigan.
A new study suggests postpartum depression medications can effect a mother's bond to her baby, but Amy Salisbury, professor of pediatrics and psychiatry, said avoiding treatment carries bigger consequences.
Applying for food stamps usually indicates that a household is struggling financially, but a new Brown study reveals that families spend more for the same amount of food once they are using taxpayer funded benefits.
Researchers in the School of Public Health contributed to a new study that found health factors in postmenopausal women may be affected by marriage or divorce. The results are in stark contrast to earlier studies that found marriage had been associated with improved overall health.
Brown University researchers have discovered something new about the 2015 developed mini-brains: the neural cells are growing their own blood vessels too, opening the door for better studies of stroke, Alzheimer's and concussion.
Expressing "confidence" in her leadership during a time of federal education uncertainty, the corporation that governs Brown University has reappointed president Christina Paxson, the college announced on Thursday. Paxson will serve a second five-year term extending her presidency through June 2022.
Researchers have developed a drone that looks and flies like a bat which has the potential to be used in tight safe zones and disaster sites. A team of experts from Brown University who studied bat flight contributed to the drone's development.
By studying the naturally occurring capillaries discovered on the mini-brains, researchers from Brown University say that they will be able to conduct bigger investigations into things like strokes and concussions.