a team of scientists led by Brown University researchers describes using atmospheric data from Venus and computer modeling to show that it’s current atmosphere and surface pressure would only have been possible as a result of an early form of plate tectonics
A large-scale satellite mapping project, co-founded by a Brown researcher is helping archaeologists identify sweeping climate and cultural changes that occurred in the Andes Mountains over the last millennium.
Brown research team finds small unmapped lakes in the Arctic are far less abundant than previously thought, greatly reducing the cumulative methane emissions they were thought to contribute to Earth’s atmosphere.
An analysis co-led by a Brown public health researcher found that the nation’s first two government-sanctioned overdose prevention centers were not associated with significant changes in crime.
A new approach to examining the effects of climate change on marine ecosystems may provide a more accurate understanding of climate change responses, according to a new paper co-authored by a Brown University biologist.
When it comes to making batteries that last longer, a team of researchers including engineers at Brown University and Idaho National Laboratory believes the key might be in how things get clean — specifically how soap works in th
A team of biomedical engineers has developed a new hydrogel-based delivery system that balances the acidic environment in a tumor and greatly enhances the cancer-fighting activity of the chemotherapeutic drug it encapsulates.