The two-week U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change ended in Paris on Saturday with nearly 200 nations agreeing on a plan to combat climate change. Here, Northeastern professors discuss the good, the remaining challenges, and the future of this historic accord.
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Here are five gym-free workout tips to help you build a fitter physique, with insight from Rui Li, an associate clinical professor who studies training strategies for fitness and sport performance.
Over the past century, the discipline of physics has expanded exponentially, crossing boundaries into areas as diverse as biology and engineering. Network scientists in the lab of Albert-László Barabási analyzed how this growth drives technological breakthroughs that improve our lives.
The leading Republican presidential candidate this week called for a ban on all Muslims entering the country. Law professor Wendy Parmet says this ban would fly in the face of U.S. constitutional values, morality, and human rights.
The start of finals, early decision announcements, and a bold basketball prediction are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week. Spent 2 minutes of my last Monday […]
We sat down with Michael Davis, chief of the Northeastern University Police Department, to learn about the ins and outs of the department, its evolution, and its long-term goals.
Terrorism theorist Max Abrahms explains how the Islamic State group’s reach beyond its centralized area should not come as a surprise, and neither should its impact on politics here in the U.S.
The achievements of Northeastern faculty, students, and staff garner numerous awards, grants, and accolades throughout the year in fields from engineering and business to physics and literature. Here, we share some of the recent honors.
The Health Sciences Entrepreneurs program held a 10th-anniversary celebration this fall. Here, we offer a closer look at the program, including the impact it’s made in its first decade, and how you can get involved.
As Boston’s first chief resilience officer, Atyia Martin, CPS’14, vows to focus on the long-term social problems that impact cities across the nation.
Here’s a look at how Northeastern senior Nicholas Dowmon’s three co-ops in the energy sector—including an international co-op in Brazil—“became increasingly more interesting, more challenging, and more impactful.”
Northeastern University is seeking the public’s help in locating a student, Dennis Njoroge, who was reported missing earlier this week. In a message to the campus community on Friday, Vice President […]