Current and former graduate students from Brown create a geologic history of flowing water on the surface of Mars nearly 4 billion years ago.
In a new study, children given a sip of alcohol before sixth grade were more likely to have had a full drink or gotten drunk by ninth grade than those who didn’t get a sip. The researchers caution that the study reveals only an association, not proof of a cause.
Ruskin co-coordinates Algebra in Motion, a program that provides math and science tutoring at Hope High School, both in class and after school. She is a junior concentrating in Applied Mathematics – Economics. Pictured: A geometric chart of points and lines.
A group of Brown undergraduates (and aspiring foreign correspondents!) are spending this week in the college town of León, Nicaragua, under the tutelage of Stephen Kinzer, journalist in residence at the Watson Institute.