Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Marine and Environmental Sciences
Aron Stubbins, an associate professor of marine and environmental sciences at Northeastern, teamed up with a group of researchers who tested the long-established idea that rivers eventually transport black carbon into the ocean.
Before we consider how the phrase “ok boomer” might die, we should consider how it was born.
A New Antibiotic Has Been Hiding in the Gut of a Tiny Worm. It May Be Our Best Weapon Against Drug-resistant Bacteria.Biology, Biotechnology
After two years of work, a team of researchers led by Kim Lewis, University Distinguished Professor of biology, announced their discovery of darobactin, which can kill resistant microbes known as gram-negative bacteria.
Network Science Program, Physics
An analysis of Nature’s database by Barabási’s team reveals that interdisciplinarity has been increasing in science overall for the past 110 years. No longer are the scientific disciplines being siloed off from each other.
Rebecca Shansky's research into sex as a biological variable is helping to overturn Victorian-era stereotypes that limit not only the women they target, but all scientific research.Learn More
The more hydrated children are, the faster their reaction times and the better they are able to multitask, a new study co-authored by Northeastern professor Charles Hillman has found.
We all know fear. But so far, what happens inside the human brain during scary situations is still a big mystery.