At RISE, students pursue invention and find themselves
Hundreds of students participating in the annual Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo were lined up, row after row, alongside their projects, which were spelled out with text and graphics on easily digestible posters.
Democrats who won 2018 midterms were more negative than Republicans on Twitter, research finds
“In the Twitter data, we found the exact opposite of the mantra that, ‘when they go low, we go high,’” says Aleszu Bajak, who manages the Media Innovation and Media Advocacy graduate programs in the School of Journalism.
Northeastern researchers may have discovered why some tumors grow back aggressively after radiation, chemotherapy
Many of the commonly used cancer treatments kill tumor cells. But sometimes, after those cells have died and been cleared away, a tumor will respond by growing faster and more aggressively. Using computer modeling, Northeastern professors Gunther Zupanc and Rifat Sipahi may have figured out why.
Northeastern researchers discover new species of shipworm in Philippines
Researchers from Northeastern’s Ocean Genome Legacy Center in Nahant, Massachusetts, discovered a new species of wood-boring clam in the Philippines.