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Gem-like Nanoparticles of Precious Metals Shine as Catalysts

Gem-like Nanoparticles of Precious Metals Shine as Catalysts

Heated particles shift shape and become highly active catalytically.
Sep 12, 2019
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Law and Technology Initiative Kicks off First Meeting

Law and Technology Initiative Kicks off First Meeting

More than 100 scholars and practitioners attended the first monthly meeting for the law and technology initiative on September 5 to brainstorm potential collaborations.
Sep 11, 2019
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Solving the Longstanding Mystery of How Friction Leads to Static Electricity

Solving the Longstanding Mystery of How Friction Leads to Static Electricity

A research team led by Professor Laurence Marks developed a new model that shows that tiny deformations in rubbed materials’ surfaces give rise to voltages.
Sep 10, 2019
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Spring 2019: Untangling NICU Care

Soft, flexible wireless sensors allow parents to hold premature babies.McCormick Magazine

Diversifying Computer Science Through Music

Fun coding experiences for kids aim to create a more diverse pool of computer scientists.

So, You Sold Your Startup?

Alumni offer the voice of experience about how to sell your company.

In Team Sports, Chemistry Is a Game Changer

Past shared success improves a team's odds of future wins.

Reprogramming the Genome

Center for Physical Genomics ignites a revolution in medical research and beyond.
 

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Reprogramming the Genome

Reprogramming the Genome

Professor Vadim Backman leads the new Center for Physical Genomics and Engineering.
Diagnosing ‘Art Acne’

Diagnosing ‘Art Acne’

A multidisciplinary team studies pin-sized blisters in Georgia O’Keeffe paintings.
Finite Earth at Northwestern

Finite Earth at Northwestern

Researchers from across Northwestern are exploring how Earth can be sustained as a livable environment.
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