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Study Explains Why Some Human Genes are More Popular with Researchers than Others

Study Explains Why Some Human Genes are More Popular with Researchers than Others

New research from Luis Amaral reveals that historical bias leads biomedical researchers to study certain genes over and over again.
Sep 18, 2018
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Synthetic Biology Experts Gather at Northwestern for Inaugural Workshop

Synthetic Biology Experts Gather at Northwestern for Inaugural Workshop

Held on September 6-7, the Central US Synthetic Biology Workshop brought together regional leaders from academia and industry to share new research and opportunities for collaboration.
Sep 17, 2018
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Are You Average, Reserved, Self-Centered, or a Role Model?

Are You Average, Reserved, Self-Centered, or a Role Model?

Luis Amaral’s comprehensive data analysis finds four types of personalities, dispelling established paradigm.
Sep 17, 2018
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Research
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Northwestern Engineering Magazine

Spring 2018: Art + Engineering

Engineering undergraduate researchers spend summer break making new discoveries in science and about themselves.McCormick Magazine

Dollars and Design Sense

Students in Northwestern's MMM Program combine thinking and business expertise in a collaborative initiative with Visa.

Wheels Up

Northwestern students work to take the stress out of air travel for wheelchair users.

More Than a Job. Leadership and Growth.

Northwestern Engineering's director of career development sees great opportunity and competitive advantage for grads' professional success.

Regeneration Revolution

Guillermo Ameer positions Northwestern for leadership in regenerative engineering.
 

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World's Smallest Wearable Device

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Professor John Rogers’s device fits on a fingernail and measures a person’s exposure to UV light from the sun.
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Professor Vadim Backman’s new strategy for treating cancer has nearly wiped out the disease in the laboratory.
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