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Joint Appointments Provide Research Flexibility

Northwestern-Argonne partnership fuels interdisciplinary discovery, scientific collaboration, and student research opportunities In the blink of an eye, the ultrafast “strobes” in Richard Schaller’s optics...
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Spath Named Research STAR

Fall fest-themed recognition event brings staff together to honor administrative excellence It’s unusual to find Iwona Spath at the front of a room without...
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Spinal Fusion Challenge: Simpson Querrey Institute Researchers Aim for Medical (and Materials) Breakthrough

Multimillion dollar NIH grant will help develop and validate supramolecular nanofiber scaffold for bone regeneration A research team led by Samuel Stupp, director of...
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Political Violence in Modern America: An Intimate Portrayal

Weinberg historian Kevin Boyle featured scholar at November’s Science Café Kevin Boyle often depicts history through the lives of everyday people. Examining past moments...
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Fall 2018 Safety News: NSIS Replacement Coming Soon

The Office for Research Safety announced the replacement of the Northwestern Safety Information System (NSIS) last year. After nearly a decade of service, a...
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Another Record-Breaking Year for Northwestern Research

University’s discovery ecosystem thrives as sponsored funding surpasses $700M for the first time Northwestern’s sponsored research awards grew to $702.1 million last fiscal year,...
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How Brain-machine Interfaces are Helping Paralyzed Limbs Move

Miller to discuss pathbreaking research at October 24 Science Café event Before any conversation about his research begins, Northwestern neuroscientist Lee Miller can already...
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Doorways to Discovery

Creative collaboration allows art to inspire research innovation Kader Attia is deep in the archives of Northwestern’s Herskovits Library of African Studies, swallowed up...
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From Abstract Impression to the Animated Gif

On March 10, 1876, telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell changed the way people communicate. Who knew the screeches of a 56K modem would signal...
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The New Creative Flow

With Open TV, Aymar Jean Christian examines digital media’s disruptive impact on traditional Hollywood television If you’ve ever watched the HBO comedy “Insecure” or...
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Aesthetic Realities

How anthropology, history, and art shape contemporary political struggles Standing between armed progovernment forces and Cairo’s Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Northwestern anthropologist Jessica Winegar...
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Tuned in to Ear Health

New understanding of hearing loss points to earlier intervention, says Sumit Dhar, but getting people to listen is a challenge Now hear this: odds...
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