College of Science News
Pran Nath, who was hired at Northeastern in 1966, has spent his career trying to uncover the laws of physics that govern our universe.
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Emily Batt graduated Northeastern's College of Science in 2012 with a degree in physics. Following college, Emily worked for Fikst, an engineering consultancy, and then KAYAK, as a product manager. She then returned to school, as a member of the new MS/MBA program at Harvard University. This summer, she will be interning for Google, joining the product management team in the Bay Area.
Assistant Professor of Physics Max Bi helped develop a model of cell behavior, explaining why certain conditions cause epithelial cells to transition from a solid to a fluid-like state.
A group of theoretical physicists and network scientists at Northeastern have found a new way to tackle understanding the fundamental nature of our universe: by analyzing possible universes as a network.
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Six Northeastern University professors have been featured in the "The 2018 Highly Cited Researchers" list, which ranks researchers around the world who have produced papers that come in at the top 1 percent by citations in their fields between 2006 and 2016.
Northeastern University is hosting DPF 2019
Researchers at Northeastern have found that one of the basic assumptions used in disease modeling simply isn’t realistic. Now they’re looking at how epidemics travel through various layers of a population in order to find a better way to track a disease.
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.
Researcher in Professor Max Bi's group looked to tissue layers in biology to design a material that may revolutionize photonics.