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New Grant Bridges High School Learning, University Mentorship

Northwestern’s Science in Society will facilitate AT&T grant, pilot program A renewed partnership between Northwestern University and Mather High School will bring nearly 100...
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Cross-Disciplinary Research Shines At CLP Institute’s ‘Biotech Summit’

Esteemed faculty members, industry leaders, and investors took part in inaugural scientific showcase aimed at disease intervention “Renewed hope for millions.” That was the...
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Catalyzing A Team Approach To Research

From cells to the cosmos, Research Development is creating roadmaps for scientific success Richard Carthew has put the “I” in TEAM. The eye of a...
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Sound, fury, and scholarship

With acquisition of Glenn Branca archive, Northwestern Libraries adds more thunder to its impressive 20th-century music collection “Bells are ringing. Loudly. A celestial choir...
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Graduate Students Strengthen ‘Stay Safe’ Mentality

Awards Cap Annual Safety Awareness Week Events Third-year graduate student Nic Watkins was hoping his message on personal protective equipment might stick. But to be certain,...
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Zero-G Gut: The Inner Workings Of Outer Space Research

NASA is building a plan for Americans to set foot on the moon again, and Martha Vitaterna’sgut instincts could play a central role. For...
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Northwestern Faculty Among World’s Most Cited

Clarivate list spotlights University’s research excellence, including cross-disciplinary strengths Thirty-four Northwestern University faculty members have ranked among the most-cited researchers in the world, according...
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Seeking Illumination

Lifelong passion, discipline, and curiosity have fueled Manijeh Razeghi’s breakthrough discoveries in semiconductor science, using light to create world-changing technologies The tea offered by Manijeh...
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Impact Report 2018: Growing Depth, Breadth of Northwestern Research

Creating knowledge with beneficial social impact is core to Northwestern’s research and teaching mission. That’s always been the case. Over the past decade, we’ve...
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Are Dads Wired for Care?

Join anthropologist Chris Kuzawa for a lay-friendly exploration of his research into the strange case of human fatherhood When it comes to parenting, human...
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Guidance Regarding Foreign Influence and Involvement in University Research

I am writing today about an issue that is receiving increased attention by all major federal agencies that sponsor research at Northwestern and at...
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Angelic Voices for Troubled Times

Grammy-winning Bienen conductor Donald Nally is reinventing choral music, drawing on scholarship and collaboration to produce secular sagas that are both visceral and transcendent...
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