How big pharma could lose the war on disease

Biol­o­gist Kim Lewis of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, who has studied antibi­otic devel­op­ment, sees the pri­mary problem as the lack of any method for finding promising com­pounds. All the amazing progress a half […]

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If you think of Putin, he has won

Brandon Vale­riano of the Uni­ver­sity of Glasgow and Ryan Maness of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity started the debate in For­eign Affairs mag­a­zine on April 30. Claiming that “Putin is not as strong as […]

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The mansions that are swallowing suburban homes

Suzanne Lanyi Charles, assis­tant pro­fessor of archi­tec­ture at Boston’s North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, said they’re hap­pening in both affluent and cheaper sub­urbs. In both cases, the new struc­tures are more lux­u­rious because […]

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There are too many lawyers, say law firms

The growing clout of in-​​​​house counsel may be a sign that com­pa­nies are responding proac­tively to bal­looning reg­u­la­tions, says Jeremy Paul, the dean of North­eastern University’s School of Law. “As […]

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