Professor Max Diem retired from Northeastern University at the end of the spring semester after a decade in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.
The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship has sponsored an AmeriCorps member to work with the Northeastern University Marine Science Center’s Beach Sisters program.
Working in NUCRET allows for research opportunities, networking opportunities, and mentorship opportunities – both by being taken under the wing of the lab’s graduate students, as well as advising incoming undergraduates.
An international team led by Northeastern’s Alessandro Vespignani has developed a unique computational model that uses Twitter to project the spread of the seasonal flu in real time. With it, public health agencies can plan ahead, allocating medical resources and launching preventative care campaigns.
We are very excited to share these and congratulate all of the winners.
The groups went to the Eastern New England Biological Conference and the Eastern Branch Conference of the Entomological Society of America meeting.
Travis DeLano is a University Scholar with a near-perfect GPA and a passion for chemistry. Here, he reflects on his past five years at Northeastern and looks ahead to the future.
A panel of stakeholders, including U.S. congressmen and university researchers, discussed the threats facing coastal communities and the best practices for keeping them secure.
Northeastern researchers touched on that question this week in a series of talks that examined renewing tissue function, improving and restoring motor control, and the remarkable memory power of superagers.
Northeastern research professor Daniel Distel and his colleagues have discovered a dark slithering creature four feet long that dwells in the foul mud of a remote lagoon in the Philippines. They say studying the giant shipworm could add to our understanding of how bacteria cause infections and, in turn, how we might adapt to tolerate—and even benefit from—them.