Matthias Ruth, a Northeastern professor of public policy and engineering, and an international team of scholars studied how the response to a 2009 earthquake in Italy can guide future city-planning efforts.
Northeastern’s president held high-level meetings with members of Congress and chaired the American Council on Education’s annual meeting this week in Washington to discuss a range of topics critical to the future of higher education.
Assistant professor David Smith is leveraging digital humanities techniques to analyze syntactic changes throughout history in an effort to understand how languages evolve.
Northeastern’s Center for STEM education hosted the 67th annual Boston Science Fair over the weekend, where middle– and high-school students presented research on topics ranging from basketball bouncing to cellular signaling.
Applications like invisibility cloaking can’t be realized until the metamaterials that enable them are operable at a range of frequencies. New research from associate professor Hossein Mosallaei could lead to this possibility.
New research from pharmaceutical sciences professor Richard Deth suggests a regulatory role for a well-known enzyme, and it may be impaired in autism.
Experts from academia and the public and private sectors converged at Northeastern for a daylong symposium focused on how to design sustainable cities for the future.
At a recent event at Northeastern University’s graduate campus in Seattle, President Joseph E. Aoun called Northeastern’s graduate campus initiative a “50-year investment” in the city that will focus on degree programs in high-demand fields and thoughtful research and educational collaborations.
Professor Michail Sitkovsky’s literature review in the New England Journal of Medicine examines the vast body of research that followed his team’s groundbreaking discovery about the inner workings of the immune system.
In a randomized clinical trial funded by the National Institutes of Health, assistant professor Christina Lee will study the impact of motivational interviewing on alcohol problems in Boston’s Latino community.
Associate professor Rupal Patel has created a way to give people with speech disorders a personalized synthetic voice that resembles their true vocal identity.
At the world’s largest science conference, Northeastern scholars urged interdisciplinary communication to develop solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.