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  • Angela M. Bengtson Research Archive

    This is the research archive for Angela M. Bengtson, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health at Brown University. Dr. Bengtson is an epidemiologist working to improve the health of people living with HIV. Her work …
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  • Archives of the Ladd Observatory

    Materials from the archives of Ladd Observatory, including eclipse expedition scrapbooks, slides, and associated materials from Charles H. Smiley.
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  • Ars Orientalis 51: The Graphic Arts

    IIIF manifest of images published in Volume 51 of Ars Orientalis Issn 0571-1371 https://asia.si.edu/research/ars-orientalis/ars-orientalis-51/
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  • Bactrian Camel Brain Imaging

    This case study is the result of collaboration between neuroanthropology researchers at George Washington University and neuroimaging researchers at Rhode Island Hospital & Brown University and serves as a means of exploring the efficacy of several medical imaging modalities in …

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  • Brown Science Cartoons (SciToons)

    Science Cartoons (SciToons) is a science education program based at Brown University. It was developed to engage STEM and non-STEM students and faculty in the creation of science animation. The SciToons model is an innovative approach for communicating scientific research …
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  • Brown University Open Data Collection

    This collection contains open and publicly-funded data sets created by Brown University faculty and student researchers. Increasingly, publishers, and funders are requiring that protocols, data sets, metadata, and code underlying published research be retained and preserved, their locations cited within …
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  • Brown University Superfund Research Program Digital Archive

    This archive is for the long-term preservation and public dissemination of data and digital research products created and collected by the Brown University Superfund Research Program funded by The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Superfund Program of the National …
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  • Browniverse: 3D Models and VR Digital Library

    This collection is for discovering and sharing digital 3D scans, models, designs, and prints and photogrammetry images and VR and immersive technologies created at Brown University.
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  • Catskills Institute

    A collection of ephemera (postcards, menu & rate cards, brochures, etc.) documenting the importance of the Catskills resort communities in American Jewish Life.

    This Catskills Institute website has moved. The new location is https://catskillsinstitute.northeastern.edu and is hosted at Northeastern University. …

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  • Center for Digital Scholarship

    The Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS), a cross-departmental group in the Brown University Library, supports digital scholarship for the Brown community and beyond by supporting scholarly and academic activities that are conducted or enhanced through the use of digital technology …
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  • Ciné-Tracts

    Digitized issues of Ciné-Tracts: A Journal of Film, Communication, Culture and Politics. Ciné-Tracts was founded in 1977 and edited by Ron Burnett until it ceased publication in late 1982. During that time, the journal published seventeen issues (1,247 pages). Ciné-Tracts …
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  • Cultural Correspondence

    A journal born from the collapse of the New Left and hopes for a new beginning of a social movement, but also of left-wing thinking about culture, Cultural Correspondence was in many ways a unique publication.

    Its founding editors, Paul …

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  • Deliberations of the NAC - Digital Collection

    The National Advisory Council, constituted by the United Progressive Alliance as an advisory body to the Prime Minister, first between 2004 and 2007, and then between 2010 and 2014, left a lasting impact in shaping social policy in India and …
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  • Digital Arts Showcase

    Digital art works from across the disciplines.
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  • Educating Change

    Powerfully illustrated through the lives of three Mexican/Chicana women - Ramona Medina, Socorro Gomez-Potter, and Yolanda Almaraz-Esquivel - "Educating Change:  Latina Activism and the Struggle for Educational Equity" documents a history of Mexican women's migration and activism, and considers its …
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  • FlatWeb

    Thomas Banchoff's collection of information about Edwin Abbott Abbott, the author of the Victorian novel Flatland. Including editions, letters and images of Abbott, a bibliography, essays. See also the "Thomas Banchoff collection of materials relating to Edwin Abbott Abbott …
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  • Fox Point Project

    Since 2008, students from the Brown Center for Public Humanities have worked with Professor Anne Valk on collaborative projects to preserve and present the cultural heritage and social history of the Fox Point neighborhood. An archival collection of oral history …
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  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Symposia

    Each year Brown University student researchers demonstrate a wide variety of social, political, cultural, historical, and scientific questions that can be addressed using powerful digital mapping and spatial analysis technologies. This collection of posters presents students' research applications of GIS …
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  • Herbarium

    The Brown University Herbarium was founded in 1869 when the University acquired the collections of the Providence Franklin Society and Stephen Thayer Olney. Currently, the herbarium includes around 100,000 plant specimens and is an important depository of Rhode Island and …

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  • Hurricane Katrina Archive

    Hurricanes Katrina and Rita are likely to have long-term effects on the cities and towns of the Gulf Coast . An interdisciplinary group of scholars, led by S4 Director John Logan, received support from NSF's Human and Social Dynamics program …

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  • Ibis Mummy CT Imaging

    This project was the result of a collaboration between Egyptology researchers from the Joukowsky Institute at Brown University and medical imaging researchers at Rhode Island Hospital and seeks to utilize diagnostic imaging techniques to confirm the identity of an unprovenanced …

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  • Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

    This collection compiles previously unavailable documents from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. These documents cover more than 30 cases of allegations of human rights abuse by the Brazilian military regime. Many cases were brought forward by relatives of victims …
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  • Journals@BDR

    The Journals@BDR collection is a growing archive of academic journals published by Brown University. The project began in 2017 as a partnership between Brown University Library and the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies (POBS). As a pilot, it received …
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  • Kane Lab Digital Archive and Data Repository

    The Kane lab in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Brown University is developing novel in vitro microtissue models as alternatives to vertebrate animal testing of environmental chemicals and emerging contaminants. These new in vitro toxicity testing platforms …
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  • Lee Lab Digital Research Archive

    Welcome to the Lee Lab Digital Research Archive. Lee Lab is a biomedical engineering research group in the School of Engineering and Carney Institute for Brain Science at Brown University. The lab focuses on the development of optical technologies for …
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  • NeuroNex Technology Hub: Bioluminescence for Optimal Brain Control and Imaging

    Our NSF-funded NeuroNex Technology Hub is a collaboration between researchers at Brown University, Central Michigan University, and the Scintillon Institute. Using BioLuminescence and OptoGenetics (BL-OG), we aim to discover new ways to control and image the brain. In pursuit of …

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  • Opening the Archives: Documenting U.S.-Brazil Relations, 1960s-80s

    Opening the Archives is a joint effort by Brown University and the Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Paraná, Brazil to digitize and index 100,000 U.S. State Department documents on Brazil from 1963-73 and make them available to the public on a …

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  • Pembroke Center Oral History Collection

    This collection contains oral history interviews with alumnae of Brown University, which admitted its first women students in 1891. The Women's College at Brown was renamed Pembroke College in 1928, and in 1971, Pembroke College merged with the Men's College …
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  • Rhode Island Hospital 3DLab and Emergency Medicine 3D Anatomic Holoimage Repository

    Creators: Scott Collins RT(R)(CT) , Derek Merck PhD, Owen Leary, and Leo Kobayashi MD

    3DLab, Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Rhode Island Hospital; Departments of Diagnostic Imaging and Emergency Medicine, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

    The RIH 3DLab EMH …

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  • SFHERE Project

    SFHERE (Social and Family History - Extraction, Representation, and Evaluation) is a multi-site project involving a transdisciplinary team of investigators from Brown University, University of Minnesota, and University of Vermont. The overall goal …

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  • Safe Blood for Africa Foundation Histortical Database

    This project is the product of a partnership with the NGO Safe Blood for Africa (SBFA) and Brown University as a component of research consisting of a social anthropological analysis of blood safety and sustainability. This searchable digital database contains …

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  • Senate Elections Data Project 1871-1913

    In the Senate Elections Data Project 1871-1913, largely funded by a National Science Foundation grant (NSF 0517813; Principal Investigator, Wendy J. Schiller) we have collected the roll call votes from state and house state journals for all identified elections …

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  • Summer Research Symposium

    Each year, Brown University showcases the research of its undergraduates at the Summer Research Symposium. More than half of the student-researchers are UTRA recipients, while others receive funding from a variety of Brown-administered and national programs and fellowships and go …
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  • The Rand Lab Data Archive

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    We are interested in understanding how natural selection acts on genes and genomes. One of our major focus is to study the mitochondrial genome and its interactions with the nuclear genome, and how this interaction influences animal performance, …

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  • The Theater that was Rome

    A digital collection of views and maps from Rome of the 16th-18th century. The collection features a selection of works from the extraordinary collection of Vincent J. Buonanno '66, focused on views and maps of the Eternal City from the …

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  • Warren Alpert Medical School Academic Symposium

    The Warren Alpert Medical School Academic Symposium is an annual event at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University that provides Year II medical students a venue to present their summer research in a poster format. Participation in the Symposium …
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  • Warren Alpert Medical School Scholarly Concentrations Program Gallery of Scholarly Work

    The Scholarly Concentrations Program is an elective program through which Alpert Medical School students may elect to pursue a course of study beyond that of the conventional medical education curriculum. Every student who participates in a concentration must submit a …
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  • Wrist Bone Anatomy and Carpal Kinematics Data Collection

    This collection consists of carpal bone anatomy and kinematics data sets from a large number of healthy subjects. CT volume images of both wrists from 30 healthy volunteers (15 males and 15 females) were acquired in multiple wrist positions throughout …

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  • Writers Online

    An audio Internet archive of the Literary Arts Program at Brown University – an attempt, however modest, to make available to remote listeners, on campus and off, the pleasure of hearing, in real time, readings and performances by the many …
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