Samuel V. Scarpino, Ph.D., Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Biology, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Physics
Nearly 50 scientists collaborated with Physics Professor Sam Scarpino to develop a compendium on pertussis and dispute the reasoning for its resurgence worldwide.
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Graphic by Hannah Moore/Northeastern University
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology, Psychology
Can you discern the differences among all the subtle shades of your anger? Lisa Feldman Barrett explains how emotion and the brain are linked.
Dan Distel and Rueben Shipway discovered a new genus of shipworm in the Philippines. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Marine Science Center
A new genus and species of shipworm has been discovered in the Philippines thanks to work conducted by Dan Distal and Reuben Shipway of the Ocean Genome Legacy.
Photo courtesy of Ella Brunsting
Second year cell and molecular biology student Ella Brunsting designed her own co-op, ultimately placing her in Belgium at the GIGA Institute.
On Monday, Ken Henderson takes on a new role as Northeastern’s first chancellor. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Biotechnology, College of Science
Previously the Dean of the College of Science, Ken Henderson has been appointed as the first Chancellor of Northeastern University.
Photo courtesy of Catherine Beley
Catherine Beley earned her Masters in Applied Math from Northeastern University and now works for Hulu as the manager of the Data Insights team.
Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Two undergraduate students working in Professor Rebecca Shansky’s lab were awarded research grants from the Mindlin Foundation and Northeastern University.
01/09/19 – BOSTON, MA. – Professor Dagmar Sternad studies human movement with Boston ballet dancers in her lab on January 9, 2019. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology, Biotechnology
Biology Professor Dagmar Sternad takes a deeper look at the human body's ability to balance.
Photo by Brooks Canaday
Three doctoral candidates - Meining Carly Ching, Tommy Tashjian, and Antonia Vitalo, - have all successfully defended their dissertations.
Elizabeth Curtis, Biology ’19, pulls a sample of a beer during the brewing process at Boston Beer Company in Jamaica Plain. Photo by Tim Briggs
An exploration of Boston Beer Company's R&D Brewery, through the eyes of three College of Science co-ops.