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Is an Ad-free User Experience the Future of Local News?

Local News Initiative, Spiegel Research Center report offers insights on shift to subscription-based business model At a time when more than 1,300 American communities...
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Northwestern’s Emmy Murphy Wins Prestigious ‘New Horizons’ Prize

The mathematician will be honored at a November ceremony considered the ‘Oscars of Science’ Northwestern University mathematician Emmy Murphy has been named one of...
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Northwestern’s Sponsored Research Funding Jumps to Nearly $800M

Unprecedented growth parallels Northwestern’s transformative research impact; credit given to strategic team approach by faculty, staff, and leadership Continuing a longstanding growth trend, Northwestern...
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Doing Research: Important Administrative Updates for 2019

September 2019 Joint Emergency Drills a Success As part of an ongoing partnership to improve public safety and emergency preparedness, Northwestern and the City...
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Treasure Seeker

With research that adds important female voices to Tibetan Buddhism, Sarah Jacoby goes deep to examine the roots of human suffering, the path to...
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Modern Mermaid Took Shape on Mid 19th-Century Stages

European theatre was instrumental in determining how we now think of the mythical sea creatures; today mermaiding is part of the gig economy They...
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Cody Named Research STAR

Facilities operations manager recognized for her dedication, focus Mary Ann Cody didn’t expect to develop an up-close-and-personal relationship with every square inch of the...
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Research Tools, Expertise Continue to Grow

At Northwestern’s Chemistry of Life Processes Institute, core scientists, new instrumentation localize enhanced research capabilities Watching neurons die provides Richard Morimoto with clues on...
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Physicists Reveal New Understanding of Quantum Mechanics in Circuits

Theoretical physicist Jens Koch tilts the tiny object on his fingertip to reveal a meandering line — a resonator for microwave photons — and...
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Viewfinders

Early career researchers at the Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration and Research in Astrophysics are changing the way we see the cosmos When the ultra-dense...
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Discriminating Mind

IPR’s Lincoln Quillian explores ways prejudice, economics, segregation shape societies   Lincoln Quillian was not surprised at the findings. Saddened, maybe. But not surprised....
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Found in Translation

Physician-scientist Richard D’Aquila has spent three decades advancing solutions for those infected by HIV The deaths were palpable. Just six years after the start...
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