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Marine Science Center
The Marine Science Center is pleased to announce the launch of a new audio tour about the history of East Point, which is available on smartphones and tablets. Scan the QR code in the photo or visit http://uniguide.me to get the App. Once you have the App, search for Marine Science Center. The tour has 9 […]
Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
"One of the overall main goals for our group is to raise awareness," said pharmacy student and organization founder Jennifer Shoskes. "One of the main things about rare diseases is that people don't know about them – and it's not just about the disease, but to shed light on what patients and their caregivers go through."
Volume 2 of the Northeastern University Working Papers in Linguistics has been published on our website. Follow this link to read working papers from Julia Benson, Michael Leonard Brown, Suraya Foster, Ana Piccirillo, Hannah Powers, and Parker T. Robbins on a variety of topics in Linguistics.
BNS student Amber Roberson has spent her co-op in Costa Rica hanging with the sloths and other baby animals to help many endangered species successfully live in the wild. Learn more about her experience here.
Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychology
Li McCarthy, a recent graduate from the Behavioral Neuroscience program talks about Color Vision Research from Vision Science Society 2016 in this Northeastern University Honors Program “Outside the Classroom” article.
Biochemistry, College of Science, Physics
Congratulations to Physics Professor Mark Williams and his postdoc Mike Morse for their paper published in Nature Communications on the unique capabilities of the human protein that inhibits HIV-1.
Speaker: Francois Charles (Universite’ Paris-Sud, Orsay) Title: Algebraic cycles and Arakelov geometry Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9-10:30am Behrakis 204 Wednesday, October 11, 5-6:30pm Cargill 097 Friday, October 13, 10-11:30am Ryder 155 Abstract: Arakelov geometry gives a way to work geometrically with schemes defined over the integers. We will discuss some applications of Arakelov geometry to some problems in algebraic cycles and periods, trying to […]
Biochemistry, College of Science, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Marine Science Center
The clear blood of an Antarctic fish may reveal fundamental insights into our cardiovascular biology
Northeastern University Marine Science Center postdoctoral researcher Jake Daane, under the mentorship of Professor Bill Detrich, has just received a fellowship from the American Heart Association to study the genetic underpinnings of the rare blood and cardiovascular systems of these fishes.
Biology student Jillian Hubbard works in Cape Town, South Africa, taking care of penguin chicks and other sick or wounded sea birds to help rehabilitate many bird populations. Learn about her co-op here.