News

Scialog’s Newest Bioimaging Fellow: Dr. Bryan Spring

This article highlights Northeastern’s Bryan Spring who has recently been selected as a Scialog fellow for research in bioimaging. This prestigious award is meant to foster collaboration and innovation within the bioimaging community.
May 05, 2021

Vaccinated? Don’t toss that mask just yet.

A more contagious variant of the coronavirus is now dominant in the U.S. Variants are complicating the fight to subdue the pandemic and raising calls for continued vigilance–and mask-wearing. Illustration by Alison Booth/Northeastern University
April 22, 2021

Student Profile: Apoorva Chaloori, Biotechnology MS

Apoorva Chaloori is a second year Biotechnology Graduate Student. She is graduating in the Class of 2022. Why did you decide to pursue a Master’s degree at Northeastern? What do you like most about the graduate program so far? “One of the main reasons I chose Northeastern is the co-op program. I know many people are […]
April 15, 2021

Northeastern’s COVID-19 test lab now processes pool tests for K-12 schools

Northeastern’s Life Sciences Testing Center is now processing COVID-19 samples for K-12 schools across Massachusetts. As the commonwealth strives to bring students of all ages back into the physical classroom safely this spring, Massachusetts has launched a coronavirus testing program in public K-12 and special education schools. It’s the first statewide program like this in […]
April 01, 2021

Northeastern’s COVID-19 Testing Is Identifying New Variants Faster Than Other Labs

When Northeastern began outlining its COVID-19 testing plan last spring, Jared Auclair, director of Northeastern’s testing lab, had a hunch: The university needed a monitoring system that could adapt to inevitable mutations of the virus in the future. As the pandemic unfolded, viral mutations were top-of-mind for Auclair, whose background in drug resistance in HIV […]
March 10, 2021

Matz Scholars: Investing in Excellence, Investing in the Future

If you’re looking to learn more about Bob Matz ‘62, you’re probably not going to find what you’re looking for here.  Bob would much rather spend his time talking about the student scholars in Northeastern’s Biotechnology Co-op Research Fellowship Program. Along with his wife Eileen, Bob has generously and proudly supported nearly 70 undergraduate students […]
December 16, 2020

In the Media

More In the Media
Jing-Ke Weng
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
How do fireflies get their glow? We finally have some answers.
March 7, 2024
Dan Distel
Marine and Environmental Sciences
A New Creature Emerges From a Forest Drowned by the Gulf of Mexico
February 6, 2024
Jeffrey Agar
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Ingredients for ALS treatment, effective in animal experiments, U.S. universities
February 1, 2024
Jeffrey Agar
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
New Treatment Shows Promise Against Fatal Neurological Disease: Study
January 30, 2024
Sam Scarpino
Network Science Program
How wastewater could offer an early warning system for measles
January 26, 2024
Toyoko Orimoto
Physics
Particle Physicists Agree on a Road Map for the Next Decade
December 8, 2023