John Coley, a psychology professor who moonlights as a bassist in a blues-rock band, reflects on the adrenaline rush of playing for a live audience. “After the show you feel so revved up,” he says. “You go home and you can’t fall asleep for hours.”
What makes a firework…work? We asked Michael Pollastri, professor and chair of the chemistry department, what’s happening inside those Fourth of July favorites—and which color fireworks are particularly challenging to create.
Two incoming PhD students have been awarded prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships to conduct their research at the Marine Science Center in Nahant.
Physics Professor Darien Wood recently participated in a panel discussion at Fermilab examining the impact of hadron colliders.
The undergraduate students from the CORE Lab attended the Association for Psychological Science’s Annual Convention and presented their research.
Assistant Professor of Physics Paul Whitford sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about his research at Northeastern University.
Hugo Guterres, Chemistry PhD candidate, sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about what it’s like to work and study at Northeastern University.
Recent graduate Emily Snead has used her unique and worldly Northeastern experience to guide her career path, and her hard work has earned her the Women Builders Council 2017 Next Generation of Women Builders Award.
The Vouros Scholar Fund funds a summer co-op research fellowship, and is named in honor of Paul Vouros who taught chemistry at Northeastern University for more than 40 years.
Mathematics professor Gabor Lippner has been researching an evolutionary model that aims to explain cooperative behavior observed in nature.