“Professor Slava Epstein says the technology that led to the discovery of teixobactin could be used to unearth thousands of medically useful microbes,” writes the CMAJ.
Born from soil, the novel compound made possible by Northeastern researchers’ pioneering work is making headlines around the world and receiving applause from the science community.
Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society has installed the Chi Delta Epsilon Chapter at Northeastern University.
Nicole DiMaio won this year’s holiday card contest.
Visit the New England Aquarium and you may see a fish caught by Northeastern student Alfred Kyrollos, who was part of a biannual fish collecting expedition in the Bahamas in October.
Three students from the College of Science were nominated for the Rhodes, Marshall, and Mitchell Scholarships.
Four professors in the College of Science explain what drives their passion for science and discovery.
Enter the College of Science’s holiday card design contest for your chance to win an iPad Mini!
A few months ago two dozen or so bits of mouse brain were starting to tick within a small black box on the fourth floor of Richards Hall.
Human bodies work in odd ways. But the majority of the population figures it’s enough that blood gets pumped, air gets exchanged, and synapses fire. In fact, most people don’t even think about the physiological machinations our bodies go through every second of every day.