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From Brown: "New technique reveals immune cell motion through variety of tissues"


Brown University

December 18, 2014
Kevin Stacey 401-863-3766

Neutrophils, a type of white blood cell, are the immune system’s all-terrain vehicles. The cells are recruited to fight infections or injury in any tissue or organ in the body despite differences in the cellular and biochemical composition. 1,004 more words

Applied Research & Technology

Brown sexual assault task force recommends changes

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A task force examining the issue of sexual assault at Brown University is recommending ways to improve the process for handling complaints, which it says takes too long and can re-traumatize victims. 115 more words

News

"A DOCTOR OF MY OWN" screening at Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital

We are happy to announce the screening of “A DOCTOR OF MY OWN: The First Medical Students of Namibia” at Brown University on December 17th, 2014… 62 more words

the sky was like a coloring book

i walk through the main green at brown every monday, wednesday, and friday

before ballet

sometimes the sky was blue

sometimes it was purple

but most of the time all these colors were hidden under a layer of gray mystery… 31 more words

Photography

Don't Reinvent the Wheel

I was recently catching up on old (very old) magazines that have been sitting in a basket next to my couch when I came across a little nugget on branding in a Fast Company article titled Better than Heinz. 208 more words

Fast Company

The UEP Speaker Series Presents Dr. Stella Flores

Last week, the Urban Education Policy Speaker Series was proud to feature its second presenter of the semester, Dr. Stella Flores, an Associate Professor of Public Policy and Higher Education at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College. 345 more words