At the world’s largest science conference, Northeastern scholars urged interdisciplinary communication to develop solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.
Steve Cranford, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, studies spider silk and other natural materials for insight into designing more robust synthetic structures.
As a project engineer for Partners in Health, alumna Ann Polaneczky played a key role in constructing a cutting-edge hospital in Haiti.
Working with hundreds of students each semester, the E-Club is a major force in fostering entrepreneurship on campus.
More than 500 students translated their classroom knowledge into accessible community programming through service-learning courses.
Industry leaders convened at Northeastern to discuss nanomanufacturing’s potential impact on job growth in a flagging economy.
Robots that can perform tasks that save time or money can provide new opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Dan Belcher, BA’03, has co-founded a cloud-computing startup, and this semester he is bringing entrepreneurship lessons back to the classroom.
A Northeastern researcher has developed a flexible and transparent energy-storage device that could fuel the design of cell phones as thin and flexible as a sheet of paper.
Ferdinand Hellweger, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study the factors contributing to massive cyanobacteria blooms in China’s Lake Taihu.
New interdisciplinary assistant professor Raymond Fu explains the science behind facial recognition, one of the new technologies in the FBI’s Next Generation Identification program.
Researchers at Northeastern’s Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing have developed a new device that could dramatically reduce the cost of microchips, which play integral roles in our high-tech society.