Brandeis Researchers in the News
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Nuts and bolts study brings together Russian and Anglophone theories.
First of its kind research in the US finds adults with autism spectrum disorder had higher odds for inpatient hospital mortality than controls. See the study in the journal Autism. Study findings underscore the need for more research to develop better strategies for healthcare and service delivery for people with autism spectrum disorders.
The observation is a test of "strong gravity" and makes Wardle feel he really does understand some small part of our universe.
"Hipsters look so much alike that they can’t even tell themselves apart from each other", tweeted Technology Review editor in chief Gideon Lichfield. Technology Review is a magazine run by Massachusetts Insitute of Technology, which wrote up Touboul's paper on the hipster effect.
Physicist Seth Fraden directs the bio-inspired Soft Materials Center at Brandeis University. Here, they want to understand the fundamentals of how living things move. Listen to him explain on PBS.