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June 2019

What's happening on and off campus today. For alumni, parents, and friends.


Study to Examine if Brain Imaging Can Identify Autism in Infants
Early detection through MRI scans and behavioral analysis when the brain is most malleable is key to improving outcomes for affected children.


Compound Prevents, Reverses Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Lab
School of Medicine researchers discover promising approach to improving treatment for the worlds deadliest infectious disease.

Sam Fox School Alumnae Oversee East End’s Landscape Architecture
As students, they dreamed about building a more sustainable, accessible, and beautiful campus. Now, they’re making it happen.

Boosting International Commerce by Reducing Language Barriers
Olin School study finds that eBay’s new machine translation service increased global trade on the site by about 10.9% in a year.

COLLAB Initiative at Cortex Will Spur Innovation, Economic Growth
Engineering students will learn high-demand skills and connect with industry partners in shared space at area’s largest startup hub.

Brown School Lab Fights Hidden Hunger in Women, Young Children
Experts combat poverty-related nutritional deficiencies with environmentally viable, affordable, and evolution-based diets.

Multidisciplinary Center Is Pushing Limits of Quantum Measurement
Collaborators are developing cutting-edge sensor technology to detect and quantify phenomena with unprecedented accuracy.


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