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Boston University,

at Boston, Mass.; coeducational; founded 1839, chartered 1869, first baccalaureate granted 1871. It is composed of 16 schools and colleges. Among its notable research facilities are a medical center (including the schools of medicine and graduate dentistry and university hospital) and centers for science and engineering, computational science, and remote sensing.

Bibliography

See E. R. Speare, Interesting Happenings in Boston University's History (1957); W. O. Ault, Boston University: The College of Liberal Arts, 1873–1973 (1973).

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Boston University's Athletic Department is an NCAA Division I institution with 24 men's and women's varsity programs.
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I am proud that Boston University's final scores accurately reflect the quality of our program and the academic accomplishments of our student-athletes.
Researchers from Boston University's Genetics and Genomics Department recently announced the release of a public Web site that contains pre-publication results from a 116,000 SNP/individual genome-wide association study of the Framingham Heart Study Cohort.
Boston University's Technology Commercialization Institute is actively engaged in start-up and spin-out companies based on Boston University faculty inventions.

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