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Headlines and Hashtags: How Media Shape Society

NU-Q scholar’s research provides valuable insight into Arab world Each year, in an unusual study that is the most comprehensive of its kind, 6,000...
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Hands-on Exercises Ensure Northwestern’s Emergency Preparedness

Northwestern University and the City of Evanston recently completed three days of emergency response drills designed to ensure the safety of research done on...
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Resting Brain Offers Clues About Disease

Northwestern neurologists pursue new early interventions for aphasia New research at Northwestern’s Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease Center (CNADC) is illustrating the benefit of...
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In Age of Robotics, Can Humans be Trusted?

Northwestern researchers design devices that learn from users Whether it’s the confidence in knowing a computer will start up when asked, or faith in...
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Art That Sees The Big Picture

Block Museum Director Lisa Corrin explores visual language to help drive interdisciplinary research at Northwestern The Block Museum of Art occupies a modest physical location on...
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Knowledge And Networks That Click

Mandela Washington Fellow Brings STEM Education to Schools in Nigeria Uchenna “Uche” Onwuamaegbu-Ugwu never imagined that a bin full of plastic bricks could be...
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Funk Named OR STAR, Betzold Honored As Employee Of Year

Jesse Funk is almost always smiling. “It’s infectious,” said Jay Walsh, vice president for research, during the Office for Research (OR) annual staff appreciation luncheon in...
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Research Safety to Conduct Emergency Training Drills Near Tech

Northwestern and local first responders will collaborate in a comprehensive, three-day emergency response exercise August 22-24 near the Technological Institute on the Evanston campus....
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The Core(s) of Research

Annual CLP Event Highlights Core Scientists, Northwestern’s Powerful Tools for Discovery Holding a brain between his fingertips, Chad Haney offered a group of graduate...
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The Medium’s Messenger

NU-Q Senior Associate Dean Klaus Schoenbach is helping produce a vibrant communications program 7,000 miles from Evanston Big forces attract Klaus Schoenbach. They always...
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Mandela Washington Fellows Celebrated at Welcome Reception

Twenty-five of Africa’s brightest emerging leaders were officially welcomed to the Northwestern University family during an opening reception on June 23 at Guild Lounge...
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At the Core of Discovery

Research AVP Phil Hockberger loves technology, but he’s hardwired for more than hardware Phil Hockberger is a “gear guy” at heart. He would have...
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