Alan Guttmacher, director of NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, on the impact new tools and technologies have had on use-inspired research.
Recent work from University Distinguished Professor of Biology Kim Lewis promises to overcome MRSA, one of the leading public health threats of our time.
Dr. Pollastri said the secrecy model of protecting research and data doesn’t work when it comes to curing infectious diseases.
Associate Professor of Biology Jacqueline Piret, her former student Desislava Raytcheva, and colleagues at MIT and Baylor College of Medicine publish research on analyzing ancient bacteria in the journal Nature.
Biotechnology startup Quad Technologies makes it to the final round of the prestigious 2013 MassChallenge.
Panelists at career development event offer tips on job searching, networking, and interviewing to students preparing for co-op work experience.
According to Northeastern survey, hiring decision-makers believe that broadly applicable skills such as writing and problem-solving are preferable to specific industry expertise.
Northeastern hosts first annual International Translational Nanomedicine Conference, more than 150 students, researchers, and industry experts from around the world attend.
Dr. Sunny Zhou receives $1M grant from National Institutes of Health to study etiologic role of isoaspartic acid in aging and disease.
Dr. Michael Pollastri, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, discusses neglected tropical diseases and alternative research models for treatments.