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The BUAA exists to keep each and every one of YOU connected to each other & BU.
The BUAA exists to keep each and every one of YOU connected to each other & BU.

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As the #Superbowl approaches, see what a +Boston University School of Medicine professor has to say about the risk of cognitive impairment in youth football.
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New scientists led by a +Boston University School of Medicine assistant professor have found a new way to kill certain cancers.
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Thomas Insel (CAS’72, MED’74), director of the National Institute of Mental Health, thinks the solution of how to curb thousands of suicides lies in the mysteries of neuroscience. #neuroscience #mentalhealth  
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Researchers from the +Boston University School of Medicine have developed a way to detect signs of infection before #ebola enters the bloodstream.
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Are your employees 'all in' for you and your company? Check out one of our latest webinars.
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#BU is hoping to crack the code of silence in children with autism who barely speak. http://ow.ly/FmRIK
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At BU, researchers and students are doing everything from raising #HIV and #AIDS awareness at the Boston University Community Service Center to investigating Parkinson's disease.

This #GivingTuesday , we're participating in the global effort to give back. We know there are a lot of great nonprofits that deserve your support—but maybe there's a cause at BU to fit your craving. bu.edu/givingtuesday
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A ‪‎BU‬ assistant professor of archaeology and his team in Iraqi Kurdistan have been working to keep precious artifacts out of the hands of ‪ISIS.  Check out his story: http://ow.ly/EN7la
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Scientists need to talk to the public about #Ebola and other infectious diseases, according to a lab director at Boston University.
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