Compassion, Trust, Morality – Can you gauge it?

Psychology professor David DeSteno talks about his work in his lab, The Social Emotions Group, which studies emotions and social behavior.

Lisa Feldman Barrett

The fruits of undergraduate research

The Interdisciplinary Affective Science Laboratory had approximately 100 undergraduates working in it this year.

Laszlo Barabasi

Researchers to explore the ‘Science of Success’

We once thought it took a genius to be suc­cessful, but this is simply not the case.


Prof. Don Cheney Retires, Leaves A Legacy & Support

After 33 years at Northeastern University, Dr. Donald Cheney is retiring, leaving behind countless grateful students and a long list of accomplishments in biology and marine science.

Robo Bee

RoboBees get smart in pollen pursuit

If hon­ey­bees dis­ap­pear com­pletely, a team of sci­en­tists at North­eastern, Har­vard Uni­ver­sity, and CentEye, Inc. has a plan.


Students learn research skills through summer program

First-year students explored a range of research topics in the Summer Dis­covery Expe­ri­ence, an inten­sive summer ini­tia­tive run by the National Sci­ence Foundation-​​funded PRISM pro­gram.

Marine Ph.D. Student Wins National Award

Chris Conroy has been awarded this year’s American Fisheries Society’s Steven Berkeley Marine Conservation Fellowship.


‘Battery’ to the Future

Mehmet Ates and Matthew Trahan are working with research pro­fessor K. M. Abraham to develop the next gen­er­a­tion of energy effi­cient lithium bat­teries.


Genetics, communications, and advice from @girlscientist

Chris Gunter, aka @girlscientist, was the #sciencechat guest on June 5, 2013.


Unique degree program fills void in biotech industry

Northeastern’s Pro­fes­sional Sci­ence Master’s pro­gram in Biotech­nology fea­tures a unique approach to grad­uate edu­ca­tion.

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