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Sam Felton, a newly appointed assistant professor of engineering, has built robots that start as a flat sheet of paper, and fold themselves into three-dimensional,3-D functioning machines. He joined Northeastern’s College of Engineering this year, and aims to harness the power of this technique to make everything from self-assembling buildings to self-folding robots that could be launched into space.
New research by an interdisciplinary team, including Northeastern’s Alexandros Makriyannis, reveals how THC—the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana—gets into brain cells. The findings open the door to the development of new medications, free from side effects, for conditions from pain and obesity to neurological diseases and addiction.
On Thursday, university leaders, students, faculty, and staff underscored Northeastern’s successes over the past decade and looked ahead to its future. The new academic plan, President Aoun said, “is nothing less than a roadmap for creating the world’s first global university system.”
For the first time in history, Massachusetts voters can cast their ballots before Election Day. This means the students, faculty, and staff on campus who are registered to vote in Massachusetts can make their voices heard a full two weeks before polls open on Nov. 8. Here’s what you need to know.