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.
An interdisciplinary duo of Northeastern professors have created the first electronic chip that mixes optical and electronic signals to perform the most elementary computational operations—a breakthrough that could lead to much faster and more efficient electronic devices.
A Northeastern researcher has developed a flexible and transparent energy-storage device that could fuel the design of cell phones as thin and flexible as a sheet of paper.
The College of Engineering is hosting the National Science Foundation’s annual Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, which will focus on transforming the field through the formation of robust partnerships.
Two Northeastern professors have discovered an unexpected photoswitch that could be used to make highly efficient optical electronics.
Team of physicists discover that horizontally aligned nanowire network leads to cheaper and more efficient real-life applications.