In a paper published in Nature Chemistry, Northeastern University physics professor Paul Champion, uses ultrafast laser technology to determine how physics and chemistry combine to make biology happen.
Nareh Sahakian is spending this co-op term at The Center for Studies and Research in Ophthalmology Therapeutics.
Spencer Martin is working at Ernst & Young as part of the pharmaceuticals team, preparing for and performing mergers and acquisitions of Indian and multi-national pharmaceutical companies.
Kenneth W. Henderson, a scholar of synthetic and structural inorganic chemistry, is a professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame. He will join Northeastern on July 1.
Biotech entrepreneurship took center stage at Northeastern on Friday, when four teams of graduate students pitched their startups to a panel of judges at a competition that wrapped up an eight-week boot camp.
Amina Ly is an environmental science major who’s on co-op in Philadelphia.
Wildfires continue to rage for a third week in and around the city of Fort McMurray in Canada’s Alberta province, the country’s oil-sands capital. Some 96,000 people have been evacuated from the area and 2,400 buildings have been destroyed. We asked three Northeastern experts about how the catastrophe will affect climate change, the likely impact on U.S. consumers, and how the Fort McMurray community can recover.
Nina Granow is on co-op at the nation’s largest public health agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Fiction is often inspired by fact, and fantasy grounded in reality. That’s no more evident than in Game of Thrones itself, where a deadly poison, a disfiguring disease, and a fiercely loyal species of animal have been inspired by real-world beasts, brews, and afflictions. Here, PhD candidate Rebecca Certner offers an entertaining look at the science behind the show’s epic fantasyland.
Amanda Dell’Olio is responsible for analyzing and maintaining the water quality throughout the Walt Disney World properties.