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.
New assistant professor Eno Ebong studies the effect of mechanical flow on the vascular system with the hope of finding new targets for preventing, diagnosing, or treating vascular disease.
New research by electrical and computer engineering professor Hossein Mosallaei lays both the theoretical and physical foundation for an entirely new form of computing that will be faster and capable of transferring 1,000 times more data than traditional methods.
As part of Northeastern’s inaugural Dialogue of Innovation and Civilization program, students conducted fieldwork and developed innovative, engineering-based solutions to the economic and agricultural challenges facing local farmers in Cameroon.
Auroop Ganguly, an associate professor and extreme weather expert, discusses the newest report on climate change, which found that humans are almost certainly to blame for the global phenomenon.
Professor James Benneyan’s team at the Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute is starting to save healthcare systems millions of dollars by solving some of their most complex challenges.
Assistant professor Yongmin Liu and collaborators at Penn State and M.I.T. have developed the world’s first reconfigurable fluid lens with the capacity to enable ultra-small, ultra-fast devices.
When Mohit Bhardwaj was a freshman in high school he traveled from his home in Lusaka, Zambia to Boston. with Lead America. For nine days, he and a group of […]
Northeastern hosted the first International Translational Nanomedicine Conference over the weekend, welcoming researchers and industry experts from around the globe.
The newest application for the centuries-old art of Japanese paper folding is tissue engineering, according to associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering Carol Livermore.
“The problem is that islanders on the Solomon Islands in remote villages walk two to three hours to collect kerosene for their lamps and cooking stoves, time they could be […]
Northeastern’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders will implement a new drinking water system in Bbanda, Uganda this summer, bringing potable water to more than 1,000 villagers.