Professor Meni Wanunu's Research Nanopores Analyze RNA-Drug Complexes Highlighted in Recent Issue of Chemical & Engineering News
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November 28, 2011
World-renowned statistical physicist Alessandro Vespignani has been elected to the physics and engineering sciences branch of the Academy of Europe for his research on the spread of epidemics.
November 22, 2011
Congratulations to Physics major Emily Batt who came in first place at the first annual COS Co-op Expo. Emily was one of 16 students who presented their work and research from their co-op jobs.
October 19, 2011
World-renowned Statistical Physicist Alessandro Vespignani has Conducted Landmark Research on the Spread of Viruses
World-renowned statistical physicist Alessandro Vespignani is the weatherman of network science.
October 04, 2011
Physics Professor Alessandro Vespignani and Political Science Professor David Lazer have been awarded a $1.8M interdisciplinary grant from NSF to study independent networks in the context of socio-technical systems.
September 23, 2011
Argonne National Lab and the Journal of Chemical Physics have highlighted a new technique developed by Professor Tim Sage and his team. This technique provides crucial information on the vibrational dynamics of hemes and heme proteins.
September 13, 2011
Professor George Alverson met this week with local high school physics teachers to help test and revise the Quarknet Masterclass exercise, which will be used this spring nation-wide.
September 01, 2011
Ginestra Bianconi, an assistant professor of physics at Northeastern University, was part of a team of scientists who discovered an innovative way of using external stimuli, such as x-rays, to bring disorganized oxygen atoms to a state of equilibrium in only one day—a process that would normally take months to accomplish.
August 24, 2011
Edward Vaisman (Class of 2012) is a dual major in Electrical engineering and Physics who doing a co-op in Geneva, Switzerland.
August 18, 2011
The CMS collaboration, represented at Northeastern by Professors George Alverson, Emanuela Barberis, and Darien Wood, and others, submitted its one-hundredth physics paper for publication.
August 09, 2011
Network Scientists at Northeastern and Collaborators Create First Large-Scale Map of a Plant's Protein Network
Network scientists at Northeastern University have collaborated with an interdisciplinary team of colleagues in cell biology and interactive data acquisition to create the first large-scale map of a plant’s protein network.
August 04, 2011
Physics Professor Pran Nath is quoted in a recent Nature article about the CDF and DZero results at Fermilab.
July 29, 2011
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