As the disease increases exponentially, the likelihood also increases that a person carrying Ebola, perhaps unknowingly, travels to the United States before symptom’s appear. Northeastern University professor Allesandra Vespignanini and […]
As the world’s oceans get more acidic, Chesapeake Bay oysters could be at risk. A more acidic bay could make it more difficult for mollusks, such as oysters, to build their […]
But the speech has “triumphed over time, condemnation, obscurity, parody and comparison,” Professor Richard Katula of Northeastern University wrote in 1999 in judging the speech to be the best of […]
People have more empathy for abused puppies and dogs than they do for adult humans who have been abused, a new study suggests. However, empathy for abused children was about […]
Physicist Alessandro Vespignani of Northeastern University in Boston, who was not involved with the study, called it an interesting contribution to scientists’ understanding of social behavior and of how people […]
The cover quickly drew a negative reaction on social media, with “Boycott Rolling Stone” becoming a trending Twitter topic in Boston. Northeastern University criminologist Jack Levin told MyFoxBoston.com that he […]
Dyslexia may be rooted in a problem the brain has in teasing out distinct sounds from the incoming garble, researchers say. Considered a learning disability, dyslexia makes it difficult to […]
Jeff Born, a Northeastern University finance professor and director of the executive MBA program, told the Christian Science Monitor it will only get worse. “If you like bacon [and] pork, you should […]
Sixty years after their country came under military dictatorship, Egyptians are for the first time freely electing their president.
Diseases that strike different parts of the body—and that don’t seem to resemble each other at all—may actually have a lot in common.