Professor of Global Studies Joni Seager's latest book, "The Women’s Atlas", provides comprehensive global data on the key issues facing women today.
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A grant of $200,000 from the biopharma firm Alkermes will support faculty and student research and create a new course about the delivery of healthcare.
Ten years and a billion dollars. That’s what it takes, on average, to bring a new drug or medical device to the marketplace. What are the qualities people need to persevere through those metrics?
The seminar, "Research Researching Out: Translating the Impact of Scholarship to the Public," allowed faculty from Bentley and MIT to share their insights.
Biology textbooks used in intro college courses present a negative picture of business, according to a new study from the Center for Integration of Science and Industry.
Research conducted by the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at suggests that when business is mentioned in the biology textbooks of undergraduate college students, the context is often negative.
Research from the Center for Integration of Science and Industry is featured in this article about the price of cancer therapies.
Professor of Global Studies Bonnie Field co-authors an article about the Catalonian independence movement.
How many new medicines rely on government funding? The short answer: all of them.
New research from Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha highlights the risk of ‘Pay What You Want’.