Urban coastal sustainability becomes an ever more pressing concern as more than half of the world’s population flocks to its shores—the places where cities thrive.
Marine and Environmental Sciences
In the marshlands of the southeast United States, the periwinkle snail is among the most abundant grazing species.
In a special #sciencechat we look at some of the facts and figures of the College of Science at Northeastern University.
For more than four decades, biology professor Josephy Ayers has been working to develop robots that do not rely on algorithms or external controllers.
Nick Polanchik, a rising second year biology major and math minor, was an Orientation Leader over the summer. On Wednesday, August 7, during #sciencechat, he answered questions about what students can expect when they arrive on campus in just a few weeks.
Northeastern’s University’s Marine Science Center will soon house a tissue collection from the world’s most rare, strange, and remarkable ocean creatures.
During #sciencechat on July 17 the @NortheasternCOS account tweeted several fun science facts.
Rare collection that may hold key to ocean’s biggest mysteries looks to expand in new waterfront home
Ocean Genome Legacy, New England Biolabs to move rare ocean genome repository to Boston