Will a small number of Jewish voters tip this presidential election?

A team of Brandeis researchers has examined the role the Jewish vote might play in swing states on Election Day.

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Yes, the rumors are true! Brandeis really has a space chair

By Lawrence Goodman

In the basement of the Rabb Graduate Center, there's a hulking, rotating chair being used to test how humans react to changes in motion and orientation. Fighter pilots and astronauts are very interested in the results.  More »

Deborah Lipstadt, MA'72, PhD'76, honored with Alumni Achievement Award

By Jarret Bencks

The Holocaust historian received the award prior to a screening of “Denial,” a film based on her legal battle against Holocaust denier David Irving. More »

Gabbay Award goes to pioneer in protein folding research

Scripps Research Institute professor Jeffery W. Kelly accepted the award at a ceremony on campus. His work has deepened our understanding of a variety of human diseases.  More »