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Your Google searches and tweets might help forecast the next disease outbreak

People leave a trail of breadcrumbs when they navigate the digital world, offering clues about what is happening in their lives—including their health. Northeastern’s Mauricio Santillana is using machine learning algorithms to turn those clues into an early warning system for disease outbreaks.
May 17, 2022

Three Northeastern students awarded Goldwater Scholarships

B. Parazin, BS in Physics, recently received the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, one of the nation’s most prestigious, merit-based awards for undergraduate students who plan to pursue research careers in natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics.
March 31, 2022
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Instagram takeover: Anika Padin

Anika Padin, S’23, is taking over our Instagram account Tuesday, March 8 from Milan, Italy. She is participating in the Wednesday, March 9, Good Power of Science: Women in Science event as well. Follow along as she shares her Northeastern experience! Look back at her takeover experience here! Tell us your major and projected graduation […]
March 07, 2022
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For Max Bi, physics + biology = a Sloan Research Fellowship

Assistant professor of physics Max Bi has dedicated years of work at the intersection of two fields: physics and biology. Today, such work has earned him the prestige of being a 2022 Sloan Research Fellow.
February 22, 2022