Increasingly, researchers are looking to localized "hotspots" for help in combating age-old diseases.
Through Coursera, the Bloomberg School refreshes its commitment to online education.
Marcelo Jacobs-Lorena turns his antimalarial focus to taming bacteria in the mosquito midgut.
New research on HIV superinfection suggests that the virus is more cunning than ever.
The Social Innovation Lab functions as an incubator to help students get their nonprofit projects off the ground.
A 2012 Bloomberg School graduate returns to his native Liberia as a public health leader.
Researcher Dave Love's examination of oyster-poaching patterns in the Chesapeake Bay helps to make a case for stricter enforcement of illegal harvesting.
The discovery of X-shaped nanofibers within skin cells may lead to a greater understanding of how size and shape affect cellular processes.
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