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A New Study Points to $6.5B in Public Support Building the Scientific Foundation of Gilead's remdesivir. Should That Be Reflected in the Price?

New research from the Center for Integration of Science and Industry reveals government funded research laid the groundwork for a new drug to treat COVID-19.

Science is Vying To Become the New MVP of Sports

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman discusses how data analytics and technology are impacting the world of major league sports.

Little Evidence That Protests Spread Coronavirus in US

Research by Economic Professor Dhaval Dave reveals there is little evidence that the protests that erupted after George Floyd’s death caused a significant increase in U.S. coronavirus infections.

How Covid-19 Will Change Our Shopping Habits

Marketing Professor Lan Xia explains why the pandemic could mean the end of browsing.

The Push To Redefine “Good Design” Amid the Black Lives Matter Movement

Bill Gribbons, director of Bentley's graduate UX design program, discusses how the field is evolving to counter implicit bias.

Newsletter: Signs of Recovery

Economics Professor Dhaval Dave's latest research reveals why Black Lives Matter protests have not sparked a new wave of coronavirus cases.

Barbara Stevens Announces Retirement From Bentley

Women's basketball Coach Barbara Stevens is interviewed about her decision to retire this summer after 34 years leading the team.

'No Evidence' Black Lives Matter Protests Caused COVID-19 Spike: Study

New research by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave explores whether recent Black Lives Matter protests around the country had an impact on coronavirus cases.

Why Haven't I Received a Stimulus Check?

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman explains how income tax identity thieves will not only go after tax returns but also the CARES Act stimulus payments people are still waiting for. 

HEC Paris & London Top FT’s Master Of Finance Rankings

Financial Times ranks Bentley's Master of Finance program #2 in the United States.