News From Butler University
For the class’ final project, undergrads will book a real concert for Fall 2020 at the Schrott Center for the Arts.
Alex Erkine receives more than $711,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study gene regulation.
The space designed to inspire collaboration between LSB and the business community is now open.
Phases I and II of the project are expected to start very soon, with a predicted 18-month timeline.
Undergrads work to make the vaccine for a leading cause of infant mortality worldwide actually effective.
The center will be called the Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability, or CUES.
Before you buy medication from an online pharmacy, you may want to think twice.
Here, Butler Pharmacy students get practical experiences in the field.
Turns out social media can make you happy.
Butler Chemistry Professor Jeremy Johnson discovered something in his research that no one had seen before.
Butler University researchers show individuals outsmart popular concussion test 50% of time.