At the first event in the 2014–15 Women Who Inspire speaker series, three business leaders discussed their career paths and shared insight into how businesswomen can make sure their innovative ideas are being heard in the workplace.
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Northeastern University recently celebrated the grand opening and formal launch of the Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education, which was founded to arm engineering students with entrepreneurial skills.
University leaders and researchers joined representatives from industry and government agencies on Wednesday at Northeastern’s Kostas Research Institute to celebrate NanoOPS, a new nanoscale printing system that could transform nanomanufacturing and spur innovation in areas such as electronics, medicine, and energy storage.
The College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Lab Fair gave students the chance to learn more about the engineering labs and research opportunities on campus and connect with faculty and their peers.
On Monday at Northeastern, Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May served as the keynote speaker during a panel discussion focusing on combating human trafficking and modern slavery.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Northeastern University has received a four-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop new ways to study how marine organisms respond to climate related severe temperature stress.
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.
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.
Ferdi Hellweger, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, and his research colleagues have created an advanced model aimed at exploring the role of neutral evolution in the biogeographic distribution of ocean microbes.
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.
Northeastern chemistry students made ice cream using liquid nitrogen on Friday afternoon on Krentzman Quad at an annual Welcome Week event that combines the science with the social.
The recent news that hackers accessed celebrities’ cloud accounts and released their intimate photos online has prompted many to question the security of sensitive data stored on people’s own smartphones […]