A short course by Olga Vitek focused on how to keep up in the field of proteomics when the rapid advancements make it tough to interpret and translate meaningful results.
Sternberg Distinguished University Professor Alessandro Vespignani tells NPR that he doesn’t believe Zika poses a big enough risk to move the Olympic games out of Rio this summer.
Amanda Luken knew when she signed up for co-op, doing something that focused on global health was important.
Brittany Berdy, Biology PhD candidate and laboratory operations manager in Dr. Slava Epstein’s lab, sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about what it’s like to work and study at Northeastern University.
ICYMI: Reports of the arrival in the U.S. of a new superbug that is resistant to an antibiotic of last resort have set off alarm bells among public health officials. Northeastern professor Kim Lewis explains the new superbug, how worried we should be, and how it might be stopped.
Charlotte Pratt says a highlight of her co-op in Spain is being able to merge her major of linguistics with learning about business, which she says will be helpful in the future.
In an op-ed piece featured in the New York Times, Psychology Prof. Lisa Feldman Barrett talks about emotional granularity and how it impacts the way a person experiences the world.
Emma Parrish is a psychology major who is on co-op at Orygen.
Matt Simonson, 2016 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow, hopes to “use math to save the world.”
While on co-op at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Cape Cod, Elliott Mueller is testing Martian meteorites and lunar samples from the Apollo missions.