Researchers say number of pandemic-related deaths is actually 36 percent higher than reported; disadvantaged communities hit even harder than thought
BU researchers say human activities and climate change are increasing the spread of illness
New nanotechnology tested at BU’s NEIDL stops SARS-CoV-2 from infecting cells and replicating
According to new research, the failure to protect tropical rain forests has cost trillions of dollars stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, which has wreaked economic havoc and caused historic levels of unemployment in the United States and around the world.
BU psychology expert will design evidence-based, kid-friendly learning tools to teach children about COVID-19
Students, others join Resiliency Challenge to find innovative solutions in coronavirus crisis
A BU School of Public Health associate professor of epidemiology will conduct a study on air pollution and community noise exposure as risk factors for cognitive decline, and a study on whether the olfactory system acts as a pathway for environmental toxicants to reach the brain and cause dementia.
BU neuroscientists are working to understand which parts of the brain are used to process sensory information and remember different skills.
"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