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Northwestern Faculty Again Among World’s Most-Cited Thought Leaders

Latest Clarivate Analytics survey highlights University’s research eminence and influence, including cross-disciplinary strengths By Matt Golosinski This year, 32 Northwestern University faculty members have...
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Northwestern-Fermilab Physicist Grassellino Named Deputy CTO

Effective December 1, Northwestern’s associate professor of physics and Fermilab senior scientist Anna Grassellino began her new role as the laboratory’s deputy chief technology...
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Students Play Key Part in Advancing Research Safety Excellence 

Student-led initiative and innovation continue into third year for Northwestern’s RSSI November 25, 2019 | By Roger Anderson With a new board, renewed funding,...
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Core Colloquium Highlights Research Impact of Shared Facilities

Annual event convened scientists and staff to celebrate key part of research ecosystem and honor UT Health San Antonio professor during Northwestern’s ‘150 Years...
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Northwestern Part of New DOE Quantum Collaboration

Pioneering IEQNET effort aims to connect quantum devices for powerful distributed communications Northwestern University will be a partner institution in a $3.2 million research...
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‘Dirty’ Superconductors Make Better Particle Accelerators

Northwestern researchers show how impurities can increase the maximum accelerating field of superconducting radio-frequency cavities, a finding with huge potential cost advantages November 8,...
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Mark Hersam Leads Battery-Powered Science Cafe

McCormick materials science expert says smallest details may revolutionize future of energy November 8, 2019 | By Roger Anderson It’s hard to imagine a...
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World Watchers

Led by investigators at the Northwestern-Argonne Institute of Science and Engineering, researchers are designing a smart new way to monitor our surroundings, from natural...
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Pattern Recognition

Award-winning mathematician Bryna Kra follows the numbers to discover surprising insights about complex systems, while championing women and minorities to strengthen her field Bryna...
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Science in Society Awarded First NSF Grant

Collaborative research project will explore long-term outcomes for middle-school youth, their mentors, and partner organizations The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a collaborative...
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How will Chicago Weather a Changing Climate?

Join environmental scientists Daniel Horton and Aaron Packman for a lay-friendly exploration of how large cities are responding to extreme weather Climate change is...
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Message from Interim VPR Milan Mrksich

I am delighted to begin my term as Interim Vice President for Research, and I look forward to working with all my colleagues to...
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