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Tapping the Source of Serenity and Wellbeing
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The Wonder of Human Movement – How the Brain Controls the Body
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Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Sandra Shefelbine
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Brandeis-Harvard-MIT-Northeastern Joint Colloquium: Polynomials of bounded degree
Mathematics
Brandeis-Harvard-MIT-Northeastern Joint Colloquium: Polynomials of bounded degree
Speaker: Steven Sam (UCSD) Abstract: Ananyan and Hochster proved the existence of “small subalgebras” for collections of polynomials with a priori bounded degrees. Roughly speaking, this means that arbitrary polynomials can be written as po...
The Mechanics of Human Limbs: How They Are Regulated by the Nervous System and How They Influence Neutral Control
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiologyPreMed and PreHealthPsychology
The Mechanics of Human Limbs: How They Are Regulated by the Nervous System and How They Influence Neutral Control
Boston Action Club‘s guest speaker Eric Perreault, professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University begins their speaker series. Humans have an amazing ability to alter the mechanical prope...
Tapping the Source of Serenity and Wellbeing
Psychology
Tapping the Source of Serenity and Wellbeing
In the last of our sessions, our three meditation experts will explain how we experience the richness of inner stillness. Northeastern psychology professor Susan Whitfeld-Gabrielli will describe how her work on neuroimaging proves how our thoughts shap...
The Wonder of Human Movement – How the Brain Controls the Body
College of Science
The Wonder of Human Movement – How the Brain Controls the Body
Join us for the inaugural Connected Seminar Series! This series will feature our world-class faculty showcasing their interdisciplinary research, and their professional journeys. In January, the College of Science features Dagmar Sternad, Professor of ...
Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Sandra Shefelbine
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Sandra Shefelbine
Prof. Sandra Shefelbine, Northeastern University http://www.shefelbine.org presents: Skeletal Mechanoadaptation
Neutral Population Mechanisms In Action
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiologyCollege of SciencePsychology
Neutral Population Mechanisms In Action
Aaron Batista, a Bioengineering and Neuroscience professor from the University of Pittsburgh, speaks in the second installment of guest speakers for the Boston Action Club.
“Beauty in mathematics and physics”
Mathematics
“Beauty in mathematics and physics”
Join us for the monthly Connected Seminar Series! This series will feature our world-class faculty showcasing their interdisciplinary research, and their professional journeys. In February, the College of Science features Jonathan Mboyo Esole, Associat...
College of Science Connects: Research at the Frontier of Bioanalytical Chemistry
BarnettBarnett InstituteBarnett Institute for Chemical & Biological AnalysisChemistry and Chemical BiologyCollege of Science
College of Science Connects: Research at the Frontier of Bioanalytical Chemistry
Join Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, as she talks to Leila Deravi, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology for the Barnett Institute for Chemical & Biological Analysis. Professor Deravi is one of the leading faculty member...
Neuromechanical Principles of Locomotor Learning: From Adaption to Rehabilitation
BiologyCollege of SciencePsychology
Neuromechanical Principles of Locomotor Learning: From Adaption to Rehabilitation
James Finley, PhD, an associate professor of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California, speaks in the third installment of the Boston Action Club’s speaker series.
Bimanual Coordination and Impaired Coordination in Stroke
Behavioral NeuroscienceCollege of SciencePsychology
Bimanual Coordination and Impaired Coordination in Stroke
Robert Sainburg, a professor of Kinesiology and Neurology from Pennsylvania State University, will join the Boston Action Club in the fourth installment of their speaker series.