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Northwestern Welcomes Fulbright Scholars This Summer

University selected to host orientation for prestigious exchange program with global reach Well recognized for its production of innovative knowledge, Northwestern’s Program of African...
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Gutsy Mice Blast Off In Northwestern-Led Space Project

Pioneering research aims at discovering cosmic effects on body’s microbiome Aboard the SpaceX Dragon’s next resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) will...
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Goeser Named EOY Finalist, Four Other Northwestern Research Staff To Be Honored

Annual luncheon recognizes exemplary University service Susan Hall-Perdomo still remembers the excitement — and trepidation — as she rounded the Sheridan Road curve ahead...
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Invisible Histories

Artist and Vivian Maier biographer Pamela Bannos uses ‘forensic’ research skills to find what’s hidden A picture may be worth a thousand words, but...
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Sexualities Project At Northwestern SPANs Disciplines, Campuses

Human sexuality is a matter of bodies, behaviors, and beliefs. To study this confluence, SPAN researchers traverse the (always artificial) divide between nature and...
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Northwestern Names New COI Director

Kate Booth has been named director of Northwestern’s Conflict of Interest Office (COI). Prior to her March promotion, Booth had served as COI interim...
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Northwestern Launches New Platform for Research Registration

‘Lumen’ promises to simplify, strengthen safety and training Northwestern has announced a new research registration system called “Lumen” powered by BioRAFT, a suite of...
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Abbott Wins STAR Leadership Award

Assistant director of Administrative Services lauded for her quick thinking, hard work after new protocol announced Beth Abbott knew that February’s Office for Research...
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Hope From The Lab

Neurosurgical-oncologist Maciej Lesniak is part of a world-class Northwestern team aiming to develop breakthrough treatments for brain cancer   Northwestern Medicine neurosurgeon Maciej “Matt”...
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Have News Audiences Become More Audible?

Graduate student Jacob Nelson has spent five years studying the evolving relationships between journalists and the public More than ever before, technology is allowing...
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How Care Became the New Commerce

Kellogg School faculty show how marketers can build relationships that elevate customer experience to competitive advantage The traditional workday is dead. For many companies,...
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Objects of our Affections

From artwork and furniture to clothing and kitsch, material items are often imbued with human emotions, identity, and desire A child’s tiny dress, long...
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