From news@Northeastern: “In its earliest days, the process of science was validated by a group of regular people bearing witness to a peer’s experiment or…View More Re-making Science
From Public Lab: “Eymund Diegel, a Public Lab organizer and member of Public Lab’s board of directors, from Brooklyn New York and I had the…View More Report on First White House Maker Faire
From news@Northeastern: “Northeastern University has received a five-year, $13.5 million award from the National Institutes of Health to continue its interdisciplinary investigation into the complex…View More Northeastern Awarded NIH Grant to Study Links Between Contaminants, Preterm Birth
From iNSolution: “Kaya Simmons grew up in Brooklyn, that wonderful borough of bridges, bagels, the world-famous Cyclone ride…and superfund sites?” Read moreView More Fishing for Environmental Justice
From news@Northeastern: “A complex structure the size of a shoebox perched on a table’s edge in Curry Student Center Ballroom on Monday evening. The 3-D…View More A Sustainable Breeding Ground for Collaboration
From iNSolution: “Alright folks, today I debut my nascent video editing skilz and you all get to be my first viewers. On Monday, we got…View More Balloon Mapping!
From news@Northeastern: “An interdisciplinary group of researchers from around the world converged at Northeastern last week to discuss the challenges of and best practices for…View More What Do Human Research Subjects Have the Right to Know?
From Division of Social Sciences: “Braindeis Sociology Ph.D. alum Phil Brown is directing a new (and very exciting) interdisciplinary institute at Northeastern University: the Social Science…View More Sociology Graduate Heads New Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute at Northeastern University
From news@Northeastern: “Many contaminants are easy for the public to spot, like emissions from the tailpipe of a car or the sludge from a massive oil…View More “Big Visions” for Solving Environmental Health Issues