For decades, the inner workings of a protein implicated in the cause of nearly 30 percent of all cancers baffled drug developers. But chemistry professor Carla Mattos may have unlocked the mystery.
The crime lab looks a lot different in real life than it does on TV, according to chemistry major Jacquelyn Horman, who was on co-op with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
There are certain things most Americans expect to encounter on Thursday: Turkey. Mashed potatoes. A lazy afternoon. Too many lagers. A belly ache. A nod toward the things we’re thankful […]
In a new research paper, Northeastern faculty members discuss the analytical challenges researchers face as biosimilars take center stage in pharmaceutical development.
Fourth year student Christine Dunne loves to travel. During high school she spent two months in China while her mother taught accounting. Later the family ventured to Thailand, laying the […]
Senior chemistry major Krista Wager will graduate this Friday after a prolific undergraduate research career.
Chemistry professor William Hancock is a co-organizer of a major scientific undertaking: mapping the human proteome, one chromosome at a time.
The Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern hosted the 10th annual symposium on current trends in drug-abuse research earlier this month.
I’ve only been gone for a few months, but it feels like eons since I donned a pair of goggles and got my gloves dirty in a chem lab. Today I […]
Chemistry and chemical biology chair Graham Jones explains Northeastern’s role in the emerging field of green chemistry
Professors Mary Jo Ondrechen and Penny J. Beuning received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study enzymes for industrial chemistry applications.
A Northeastern PhD student working on a breakthrough in cancer detection is inspired by connections made with Nobel Prize winners at global conference.