We all know—generally speaking—how a car works: The gas pedal makes it go, the break pedal makes it stop, and the steering wheel determines its course.
The species that live on our coasts provide benefits that most of us are unaware of.
Catching rides on cargo ships and fishing boats, many invasive species are now covering our shorelines and compromising the existence of our native marine life. In a study published in Ecology Letters, Northeastern University Prof. David Kimbro and his team examine what factors allow some invasive species to survive in their new environments and others to fail.
Toyoko Orimoto, an assistant professor of physics, recently gave a TEDx talk titled, “The Art of the Higgs Boson.”
Steve Garfield, author, online TV host, video connoisseur, was the guest for #sciencechat on March 20, 2013. He talked about how to make videos even when you’re not a pro.
Dan Blustein is a marine biologist working on his PhD at Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center in Nahant. He is also a College of Science Twitter Ambassador.
Every year, nearly a million people die from one of three infectious diseases that few of us have ever heard of.
Emily Blackwell is a freshman psychology major, who plans to minor in art or American Sign Language. She is also a College of Science Twitter Ambassador.
Joey Ostreicher is a junior biology major on the pre-veterinary track. She is also a College of Science Twitter Ambassador.
Miles Grant, online communications manager for the National Wildlife Federation, talked about climate, wildlife, and media.