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BU neuroscientists examine the way brain regions function independently and collectively
"Nanosponges" cloaked in human lung cell membranes and human immune cell membranes can attract and neutralize the SARS-CoV-2 virus in cell culture, causing the virus to lose its ability to hijack host cells and reproduce, per UC San Diego researchers
Data science experts at Boston University are using their work to better understand the dynamics of epileptic seizures
A team of scientists from Boston University’s College of Engineering is taking the fight against MRSA into a new frontier
A study performed by a Boston University expert serving as a visiting scientist at Google Research finds that state-of-emergency declarations resulted in a 10 percent reduction in time spent away from places of residence
Joshua Barocas, a physician-scientist working at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center (BMC) both researches the novel coronavirus in the lab and treats patients infected with it in the clinic.
There may be a way to keep more patients from needing the ICU’s limited space and ventilators. “It’s as simple as flipping on your stomach,” says Boston University researcher
Across Boston University’s School of Engineering, researchers are pivoting their work to tackle the many engineering problems associated with the global coronavirus pandemic.
A Boston University researcher plans to survey 1,000 millennials and Generation Zers across the United States, ages 18 to 30, in the coming year (remotely, of course) about the effects of the coronavirus.
A Boston University researcher studies the effects coronavirus has had on air pollution in cities.