Solving a vexing vortex
BC physicists proffer a new theory toward an advance in quantum computing.
Across disciplines, collaborative teams of undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty are examining the complex problems of our contemporary world, proposing new solutions and new ways of thinking about religion and culture, science and technology, art and education, business and ethics.
An international research team uncovers a drug and diet pairing that could fight a deadly brain cancer.
Are they a game-changing disruption of the global financial system—or not? A BC Carroll School researcher weighs in.
In an immersive seminar to Latin America, an interdisciplinary group of Boston College faculty focuses on human rights and reconciliation, international partnerships.
Two book projects, Hope: Promise, Possibility, and Fulfillment and The Holy Spirit: Setting the World on Fire are notable examples of how STM faculty members collaborate and support one another academically. For each project, faculty select a central theme, and then explore the issue from her or his theological area of expertise.
FBI Director Christopher Wray delivered the keynote address at the second Boston Conference on Cyber Security. The daylong event brought together academicians, private industry, and law enforcement to collaborate on how to best prevent and respond to attacks on public and private information systems.
Lynch School of Education designated Brighton's Saint Columbkille Partnership School a laboratory school, to enhance opportunities for teacher training, educational research, and professional development at the pre-K-8 school.
Hear BC Trustee and Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller ’82 and Kim Gassett-Schiller talk about their vision for the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society.
Before attending Boston College, I never envisioned myself as a scientific researcher, but I read about Professor Paul Davidovits' research and was so interested that I decided to try something new. The mentorship of Professor Davidovits and his postdoctoral associates sculpted me into the research scientist I am today.
million in sponsored research grants
academic institutes and centers
The Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society will be the centerpiece of a new 150,000 square-foot science facility scheduled for construction beginning in the spring of 2019 at a cost of roughly $150 million.