Small’ transformation yields big changes

An inter­dis­ci­pli­nary team of researchers led by North­eastern Uni­ver­sity has devel­oped a novel method for con­trol­lably con­structing pre­cise inter-​​nanotube junctions—an inno­va­tion that could have major real-​​world appli­ca­tions in a range of industries.

The fight against cancer, one fruit fly at a time

Pio­neering cancer researcher Ross Cagan, the keynote speaker at Northeastern’s Pro­files in Inno­va­tion Pres­i­den­tial Speaker Series on Thursday, described how his lab is using fruit flies to deter­mine per­son­al­ized treat­ment for patients.

Blog:  The Works

4 Things I Didn’t Learn in College (but wish I had)

This guest post was written by NU Alum Kelly (Sul­livan) Good she cur­rently works as geol­o­gist at Envi­ron­mental Resources Man­age­ment in Chicago.  When I grad­u­ated from col­lege, I was con­vinced I knew […]

The Gaza war from afar

In a campus lec­ture on Tuesday, pro­fessor Dov Waxman, co-​​director of Northeastern’s Middle East Center, exam­ined the strategic and moral impli­ca­tions of the Israel-​​Hamas conflict.

Biomaterials and the future of medicine

Arthur Coury, a new Uni­ver­sity Dis­tin­guished Pro­fessor and a leading expert in poly­meric bio­ma­te­rials, has joined the Depart­ment of Chem­ical Engi­neering to help grow stu­dents’ under­standing of bio­ma­te­rials, with a par­tic­ular focus on how advance­ments are shifting from replace­ment med­i­cine to tissue engineering.