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7 hrs ago | The Daily Free Press
A window at Boston University Mugar Memorial Library was shattered around 1 p.m. on Tuesday, according to Boston University Police Department Captain Robert Molloy.
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12 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC , a leading real estate investment and asset management company, today announced that Jonathan Dayton has joined Brookwood Management Partners, LLC , a wholly owned subsidiary of Brookwood, as a Vice President and Property Manager.
17 hrs ago | Patch.com
Sodexo, dining services partner to Babson College, announced it has named William "Bill" Bailey as senior executive chef.
Massachusetts has teamed up with Boston-area research universities and several high tech firms to set up an open-cloud framework, which the participants hope will become a regional hub for big data research and innovation across the Commonwealth.
Just as parents were adjusting to the idea that collision sports like football and ice hockey could damage kids' brains comes word that sports like baseball may also carry a risk.
The Florida Times-Union reported that family members announced at a private mass on Sunday that Freel had been diagnosed with Stage II CTE by the Boston University Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy and Sports Legacy Institute after he died.
In too many developing nations, native-language students struggle to read English-language scientific textbooks which typically don't even include examples from the reader's area of the world.
D.A. Davidson & Co., the largest full-service investment firm based in the Northwest, today announced that Mark Kelleher has joined its institutional research team to help expand the firm's coverage of the enterprise infrastructure services sector, with a focus on cloud computing and big data analytics.
If Cheri LeBlanc's husband hadn't gotten a job at Washington University in St. Louis, she might never have given up her post as a senior physician at Boston University, to take what she now calls her ideal job.
When defending compensation of $1-million and more for college presidents, trustees and university officials often repeat a simple refrain: Attracting the best talent costs money.
In pursuit of profit, people turn ideas into products and services. If the inventors work for startups, they are in immediate danger as soon as they file for a patent - in so doing, they make public the details of their invention.
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These are microscopic slides showing Ryan Freel's brain tissue. Brain tissue with abnormal tau protein stains a brownish tint.
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It took a lot of outrage by scientists, physicians, and the public, but a gynecologist in Boston will not lose her board certification.
Americans are increasingly eating more of their meals prepared away from home, and this is particularly true among African Americans, who also have higher rates of obesity than other Americans.