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Four people sitting on a panel on a stage with a Fermilab tablecloth draped over the table.

Physics professor sits on panel with CERN Director General

Physics Professor Darien Wood recently participated in a panel discussion at Fermilab examining the impact of hadron colliders.

Prof. Iris Berent receives grant from the National Science Foundation

Congratulations to Prof. Iris Berent who recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project, “Collaborative research: role of the motor system in phonological and phonetic processing.” The project is in collaboration with Alvaro Pascual Leone and Albert Galaburd at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and  explores the role of embodiment and abstraction […]
Four scientists stand in front of their research poster at the conference

Undergraduates attend APS Convention

The undergraduate students from the CORE Lab attended the Association for Psychological Science's Annual Convention and presented their research.

PhD Profile: Hugo Guterres

Hugo Guterres, Chemistry PhD candidate, sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about what it’s like to work and study at Northeastern University.

Habitat fragmentation affects eelgrass seed distribution

Recently published research by a Northeastern undergraduate, several faculty members, and other colleagues highlights the vulnerability of Zostera marina to habitat fragmentation. Seed density and dispersal of this perennial seagrass are negatively affected by fragmentation, thus impacting seagrass bed health and resilience.
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Psychology professor talks with NPR about emotions

Lisa Feldman Barrett was was featured on NPR's health news site, "Shots," talking about her theory on emotions.