Brown University

Brown University

University in providence, rhode island

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Tina Reed
July 14, 2020
FierceHealthcare
In a letter from the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living, officials warned the spikes in cases across the U.S.--combined with ongoing shortages of personal protective equipment and testing delays--will make it difficult to protect residents from the virus.
Bram Berkowitz
June 23, 2020
AmericanInno
The student-run fund makes investments in companies affiliated with Brown and RISD.
Bram Berkowitz
May 22, 2020
AmericanInno
The startup has enabled senior citizens to connect remotely with loved ones--and health care providers.
Boston Herald Wire Services
May 13, 2020
Boston Herald
Federal regulators are considering the East Coast's harvest of bluefish to prevent overfishing.
Bram Berkowitz
April 28, 2020
AmericanInno
Many startups have stepped up to use their businesses to do good in this difficult time.
TWC India Edit Team
May 5, 2020
The Weather Channel
Over the past few decades, seismometers placed on the lunar surface during the Apollo missions were able to detect a few moonquakes.
Judson Brewer
March 18, 2020
Harvard Business Review
It's especially important in times of mass uncertainty.
By DAVE COLLINS, Associated Press
December 27, 2019
Houston Chronicle
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Dr. H. Wayne Carver II, the former Connecticut chief medical examiner whose office examined the bodies of victims of the state's most infamous homicides, including the children and educators killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, has died. He was 67. Carver died Thursday night at Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, said Dr. James Gill, current chief medical examiner. Carver's death was natural, he said, but the exact cause was not immediately clear. Carver, a portly man known for his dark sense of humor, joined the medical examiner's office in 1983 and headed the office from 1989 until his retirement in 2013. His most difficult day, he said, was the massacre at Sandy Hook in Newtown on Dec. 14, 2012, when 20 children and six adults were gunned down. "I've been at this a third of a century," he said during a media interview after the school shooting. "It's probably the worst I have seen or the worst that ... any of my colleagues have seen." He also investigated the killing of Helle Crafts, of Newtown, whose husband, Richard, fed her body through a woodchipper in 1986. Before the trial, Carver put a euthanized pig through one so jurors could compare the bone fragments with a few ounces of evidence that prosecutors said were the remains of Helle Crafts. His work helped convict Richard Crafts of murder. Carver, who lived in Old Saybrook, also was a key investigator in the case of serial killer Michael Ross, who killed six women in eastern Connecticut and two in New York in the 1980s and was executed in 2005. He spent more than 17 years on the case at victims' burial sites and testifying in trials and retrials. Carver played a prominent role in numerous other murder cases, including the Cheshire home invasion in 2007, when a mother and her two daughters were killed after hours of being...
Jennifer Ouellette
December 21, 2019
Ars Technica
It all comes down to gravity, surface tension--and tilt.
Kerry Benson
October 16, 2019
phys.org
As the world's climate continues to change, biologically diverse communities may be most capable of adapting to environmental challenges.
Stephanie Mlot
October 14, 2019
Geek.com
Scientists last year observed evidence of water ice on the Moon's surface. Located in the darkest and coldest parts of its polar regions, these patchy deposits are likely billions of years old. But ...
By Milly Vincent For Mailonline
October 11, 2019
Mail Online
Researchers from Brown University found evidence of ice in craters which were too new for the ice to have been part of the frozen south pole which formed billions of years ago.
Amy Strauss
October 8, 2019
Scientific American Blog Network
How the surprisingly intricate drumming of woodpeckers evolved
Julie Sedivy
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Nautilus
Several years ago, my father died as he had done most things throughout his life: without preparation and without consulting anyone....By Julie Sedivy
Tom Avril
September 13, 2019
phys.org
The day they found Lee Odgers, it was so hot that the wax candles inside her Northeast Philadelphia apartment had started to melt.
Tom Avril
September 13, 2019
phys.org
The day they found Lee Odgers, it was so hot that the wax candles inside her Northeast Philadelphia apartment had started to melt.
Tom Avril
September 13, 2019
phys.org
The day they found Lee Odgers, it was so hot that the wax candles inside her Northeast Philadelphia apartment had started to melt.
Julie Sedivy
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Nautilus
Several years ago, my father died as he had done most things throughout his life: without preparation and without consulting anyone....By Julie Sedivy
By COLLIN BINKLEY
September 9, 2019
AP NEWS
BOSTON (AP) -- While MIT grapples with new allegations about its financial ties to Jeffrey Epstein, other universities that accepted donations from the disgraced financier say they have no plans to...
August 27, 2019
Gizmodo UK
This is especially big news from a global health perspective, since mosquitoes spread dangerous diseases and viruses to millions every year.
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