For its senior capstone project, a team of engineering students developed a program using Google Glass. The students say it could help memory-impaired individuals identify people they come in contact with and perform daily tasks.
Not using the same password for everything is among several tips Northeastern cybersecurity expert Wil Robertson suggests to help Internet users guard their personal information online.
When professor Dave Kaeli approached them about entering a supercomputer competition, electrical and computer engineering students Neel Shah and Tushar Swamy had zero experience in the task at hand. “I […]
Northeastern University Athletic Director Peter Roby applauded student-athletes’ academic and athletic accomplishments during the 2012–13 school year at his annual update to the Faculty Senate on Wednesday.
New professor Hicham Fenniri, an international leader in nanotechnology, has built organic nanotubes that could lead to breakthroughs in research areas ranging from drug delivery to alternative energy.
The lasting impact of experiential learning fueled the passion of Roger Marino, the College of Engineering alumnus and business pioneer who once again has stepped forward to invest in his alma mater and the ambitious goals of its historic Empower campaign.
Constantinos Mavroidis, Distinguished Professor of Engineering, discusses the impact 3-D printing will have on the biomedical field. His lab is already using the technology to print smart, customized orthotic devices.
Engineering professor Yiannis Levendis was awarded the 2013 George Westinghouse Gold Medal in recognition of his contributions to the power field of mechanical engineering.
Leaders of flourishing healthcare companies shared their success stories on Thursday evening at an annual event hosted by the Health Sciences Entrepreneurs, an alumni group dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship in the healthcare field.
4:16pm: The awards are in! First place: Page Turner Second place: ICD and 4G^2 Third place: TRAQ and goCAD Peoples’ Choice: ICD 3:44pm: Time to breathe and my fingers hurt Well, the ECE capstone presentations are […]
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.
Chemical engineering professor Ed Goluch is developing miniaturized bacterial sensors that could one day be used to monitor the status of wounds.