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TOPIC: Research


by Kristen Walsh July 23, 2018

New research from Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha highlights the risk of ‘Pay What You Want’.

TOPICS: News, Research
by Helen Henrichs June 11, 2018

New research partnership between Bentley University and Gravity Diagnostics will explore the genetic link to opioid abuse. 

ASH Clinical News April 24, 2018

ASH Clinical highlights significant research findings from the Bentley Center for Integration of Science and Industry.

by Joanna Howarth April 19, 2018

Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark and biotechnology industry leaders recently visited Bentley for a conversation about the essential role of government in funding basic biomedical science and how companies use this science to create new medicines, jobs and successful companies.

National Institutes of Health February 27, 2018

Director of the National Institute of Health highlights the Center for Integration of Science and Industry's research on the NIH blog. 

The Daily Aztec February 19, 2018

Bentley Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is featured for his research regarding smoking bans and youth health.

by Joanna Howarth February 13, 2018

Federally funded research contributed to the science underlying all new medicines approved by the FDA over the past six years, according to a new study by Bentley University.

PNAS February 12, 2018

Leading scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published a study from Bentley's Center for Integration of Science and Industry showing government funds were associated with every new medicine that went to market from 2010-2016.

TOPICS: Research
by George Grattan February 1, 2018

David Missirian, assistant professor of law, taxation and financial planning at Bentley University, sees a growing legal and financial risk to colleges, universities, and high schools connected to student athlete concussions. He published on this topic most recently with the Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law, and thinks now is a critical time for schools to get well positioned on what he calls “an overlooked legal and ethical minefield.”

TOPICS: Research
by George Grattan January 19, 2018

Dan Everett has spent a lot of time looking into the past. Now, with his latest book acting as a kind of closing argument for his side of anthropology’s “language wars,” he’s looking toward the future, shifting his inquiries from the ancient origins of language to the philosophical implications of culture and cognition.