assistant professor of physics Bjoern Penning, wearing a hard hat and headlamp inside a former mine that is now the Sanford Underground Research Facility

Deep underground, Brandeis scientists mine for dark matter

Thousands of feet below the earth's surface, Brandeis scientists are participating in an international search for the stuff that makes up most of the universe

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Gannit Ankori on PRI: recording of Kahlo's voice not likely authentic

Sepia-tinted portrait of Frida Khalo, wearing large earings and a large necklace

Kahlo expert Gannit Ankori, professor of fine arts and chair in Israeli art, tells PRI's The World that a newly-found recording purported to be the voice of artist Frida Kahlo is unlikely to be authentic. There are no other known recordings of the artist. More »

Play space: meet the Heller alum leading the world's biggest game jam

cartoon illustration of people using a giant keyboard, astronaut figures floating around a moon, and a man in a director's chair

Seven Siegel, Heller MBA/MPP’16, is executive director of Global Game Jam, an annual game-creation event that is the largest of its kind in the world. Gamers use their skills for collaboration rather than competition. More »

Brandeisians awarded prestigious grants and fellowships

Logos for Truman, Fulbright, Schwartzman and Marshall scholarship programs.

Undergraduates and recent alumni are headed all over the world thanks to Fulbright grants and other awards.  More »