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URICA’s Boes Named Employee Of Year

Joe Boes, senior director of University Research Centers and Institutes (URICs) administration and operation, has been named Northwestern’s Employee of the Year. Boes was recognized...
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Manufacturing A Future — Beyond The Assembly Line

Research AVP Jian Cao aims at making manufacturing more efficient and environmentally friendly, while increasing its economic and social impacts Dirty, dark, and dangerous....
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Northwestern Partnership A Key For New Innovation District Initiative

Chicago biomedical effort launched to attract top talent to region     At the start of the first-ever Chicago Biomedical Innovation Alliance (CBIA) workshop,...
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‘Organic Interactions’ Grow Into New Discoveries

Global researchers form lasting collaboration at SQI When Evangelos Kiskinis, neurology and physiology, joined the Northwestern faculty in 2015, he had heard of Samuel Stupp but never...
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The Power Of A Positive Team

Nathalia Henry brings passion, perspective, and leadership to the IRB Office’s support of ethical research When people ask Nathalia Henry about her every-day-is-a-good-day attitude, most are...
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Kra Elected To National Academy Of Sciences

Math professor recognized for distinguished achievements in original research Northwestern University mathematician Bryna Kra has been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences. Membership in...
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Northwestern Launches Interdisciplinary Initiative In Quantum Science, Joins Chicago Quantum Exchange

Project bridges disciplines, connecting dozens of faculty thought leaders to pursue fundamental breakthroughs Northwestern University today announced the launch of a new interdisciplinary initiative...
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Exploring New Ways To Fix A Broken Heart

Northwestern chemist’s novel strategy and dynamic material could heal damage from myocardial infarction Scientists have designed a minimally invasive platform that turns the body’s...
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A Billion-Piece Puzzle

Completing the human protein project would revolutionize understanding of health and disease The first whole human genome cost about $2.7 billion to sequence in...
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URICA’s Patrick Recognized For ‘Bridge Building,’ Mentorship

Brittany Patrick’s resume doesn’t list experience as an architect or engineer, but the senior research administrator’s ability to design innovative solutions and build lasting relationships...
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Core To The Mission Of Cutting-Edge Science

Northwestern core facility leadership a presence at ABRF 2019 meeting When research staff address  technical issues in biomolecular core facilities, the opportunities to extend...
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To Preserve And Protect

Northwestern conservation experts rely on eclectic knowledge to safeguard, repair items in the Libraries’ collection It’s not gremlins that are destroying the paper on Kimberly...
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