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Dr. James Halverson, Assistant Professor of Physics, sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about what it’s like to work as faculty at Northeastern University.
Marine and Environmental Sciences, Marine Science Center
When Northeastern student Harry Brodsky went 3,300 meters beneath the surface of the ocean in the deep-sea submarine Alvin, he wasn’t scared of the dark, he didn’t feel claustrophobic, but he was bummed that he couldn’t bring potato chips to snack on.
Surviving Ebola isn’t like getting over the flu. In recent years, researchers have found that the Ebola virus can linger in some survivors, though it was unclear how likely these individuals were to transmit the deadly disease.
Researcher in Professor Max Bi's group looked to tissue layers in biology to design a material that may revolutionize photonics.
Adrian Feiguin, assistant professor of physics recently received two grants to be applied toward two separate and exciting new research projects.
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Linguistics, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology
Each year dozens of College of Science students are recognized for their achievements in the classroom, on co-op and in the community. 2018 is no different.
Bi and his collaborators at the Harvard School of Public Health have just published a paper in Nature Physics on the "Geometric constraints during epithelial jamming," which looks to understand how epithelial cells change in shape and movement to heal injuries or spread cancerous cells.
Herbert Levine, who will join Northeastern’s faculty in January 2019. Levine is the university’s first new hire through the "Game Changers Fund," a $50 million initiative to bring leading scientists and scholars to the university. Levine will also become Northeastern’s first National Academy of Sciences member.