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June 2, 2020

Remembering Alfred Viola

May 28, 2020

Three Seas Students Take a Closer Look at Marine Predators and Their Prey

A Three Seas Program alumni takes a closer look at fear and its effect on ocean prey.
Illustration by Gregory Grinnell/Northeastern University
May 18, 2020

The Person Walking Past You Isn’t Wearing a Mask. What Should You Say?

It’s best to avoid hostility and communicate with empathy when it comes to helping people understand why covering their faces can slow the spread of the virus, say Northeastern researchers.
Amino acids are critical to the structure of proteins, which are often visualized as 3D ribbon structures. Northeastern biochemists are studying the chemistry of amino acids within SARS-CoV-2 to predict the reactions they enable. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University
May 18, 2020

The Coronavirus Might Have Weak Spots. Machine Learning Could Help Find Them.

What makes SARS-CoV-2 so infectious? The answer is in its proteins. Mary Jo Ondrechen and Penny Beuning, professors of chemistry and chemical biology, are using machine learning to investigate these…
Student Stories
Haley Havens • Cape Eleuthera Institute, Galapogos Islands
Student Stories
Elena Crouch • Wildlife Rescue
Student Stories
Nicholas Hauberic • CERN, Switzerland

“Here at the Wilds in Cumberland, Ohio, I help with many different types of research to conserve and restore native wildlife and vegetation. My field work ranges from performing surveys to identify trees, snakes, and other species, to assisting with the care and study of federally endangered species, as well as my own independent research on native bat species. Our work positively impacts the surrounding community by inspiring the local children to pursue careers as ecology researchers and conservation workers through their volunteer work with the various surveys; some of which I helped organize. The Wilds is a place where both protecting the environment, internationally as well as locally, and inspiring others to follow the path of conservation meet as one and I am proud to work here as a wildlife research apprentice.”

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