Experts to IoT makers: Bake in security

As sen­sors – a common cat­e­gory of IoT devices – become embedded in larger sys­tems, such as cars, lia­bility of the man­u­fac­turers looms larger, says Andrea Matwyshyn, a pro­fessor of […]

Dukakis on Clinton: Everyone in DC uses private email

Former Demo­c­ratic pres­i­den­tial nom­inee Michael Dukakis said Friday morning that con­tro­versy over cur­rent front-​​​​runner Hillary Clinton’s exclu­sive use of pri­vate email while sec­re­tary of State is “non­sense.” “The notion that […]

Sadly, how we perceive color

Yet the researchers did not use well-​​​​established tech­niques to mea­sure the par­tic­i­pants’ sen­si­tivity to and bias for reporting cer­tain colors, says Rhea Eskew, a psy­chol­o­gist at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity who studies […]

Business professor Ravi Ramamurti discusses Singapore’s economy

Busi­ness pro­fessor Ravi Rama­murti dis­cusses Singapore’s econ­o­my­CCTV America’s Michelle Makori inter­viewed Ravi Rama­murti, a pro­fessor at North­eastern University’s Center for Emerging Mar­kets about Singapore’s cur­rent economic climate.

Women’s hockey booming in Boston

The NWHL’s founder and com­mis­sioner is former North­eastern Uni­ver­sity hockey player Dani Rylan. The key dif­fer­ence between the NWHL and CWHL is the Pride’s league is guar­an­teeing a $10,000 minimum […]

At 80, Yankee magazine is far from slowing down

Yankee’s paper-​​​​and-​​​​ink strategy might seem pulled from a bygone era, but North­eastern Uni­ver­sity jour­nalism pro­fessor John Wihbey said it could make sense for what he described as a mag­a­zine with […]