Wearing a golden robe and black cap, Karl Anderson sat proudly in a suite above the field at Fenway Park on Sunday. On the field below, Anderson’s grandson Karlan DeWitt marched in the procession wearing his black gown and mortarboard.
May 09, 2023
It was an intimate setting befitting their years of service. At a long table in a small room overseeing the Boston campus, interspersed among President Joseph E. Aoun and seven members of his Northeastern leadership team, sat nine exceptional students who will be graduating this weekend.
May 02, 2023
Pipe cleaners are essential for learning biochemistry. At least, that's what Dr. Stevens-Truss - a professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan - hammered home at her lecture last month.
April 21, 2023
Biochemistry, College of Science
“People are meant to exist in communities” The National Society of Black Women in Medicine at NU are making that change. Toun Olorungbemi, co-Founder & charter president of the National Society of Black Women in Medicine at Northeastern I am a Nigerian-American university student at Northeastern, studying Behavioral Neuroscience in the College of Science with […]
February 27, 2023
Biochemistry, College of Science
Chris Jurcisin is in his 3rd-year here at Northeastern and is enrolled in the biochemistry program. Learn more about Chris’ successful first co-op with a start-up pharmaceutical company here in Boston. 1. Tell us about yourself. My name is Chris Jurcisin, and I am a 3rd-year biochemistry major. I chose this major because I have always been […]
November 02, 2022
Four Northeastern University biochemistry students– Kai Beattie, Ashley Brown, Gabrielle Hernandez, and Joie Sun– represented the university’s American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) chapter at the society’s national meeting in Philadelphia.
April 12, 2022
Biochemistry, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
A new study from a Northeastern-led collaboration, looking into the C. elegans worms’ interactions with their microbiome, found that the worms are willing to leave a bacterial food source when they’re exposed to one of their deadliest toxins and identified the driving neurological mechanism behind it.
March 17, 2022
Northeastern’s Ukraine Cultural Club, led by Deanna Zawadiwsky, a fourth-year psychology and economics major, met on Centennial Common to protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
March 03, 2022
Biochemistry, Biology, Linguistics
The College of Science Excellence in Teaching Awards recognize and reward outstanding NU College of Science faculty for their significant contributions to student learning. We are pleased to announce this year’s winners.
February 22, 2022
Cameron Young recently earned the Churchill Scholarship for his impressive work in the field of biochemistry that will allow him to continue his studies at Cambridge university.
February 18, 2022
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, College of Science
Landmark study into the genetic disorder offers clues into links between metabolism and mental health
Researchers at Northeastern and neighboring colleges say they’ve made a landmark discovery that takes a deeper look at the metabolic and biochemical origins of a debilitating genetic disease known to cause a range of symptoms and health problems. A new study, published Wednesday, focused on a severe neurodevelopmental disorder referred to as 16p11.2 Deletion Syndrome, […]
December 03, 2021
Barnett Institute, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Science
Jeffrey Agar and his colleagues are working on helping humanity develop treatments for hundreds of currently untreatable diseases
November 19, 2021
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