Over the past four years the number of visiting research appointments at McCormick has increased 83 percent. Researchers now come to McCormick from nearly 70 countries around the world. This map visualizes the percentage of McCormick visiting researchers by nationality.
Feinberg and McCormick professors collaborate to find solutions for organ allocation, hospital processes, cancer treatments, and much more.
Ben Shorofsky received a grant from the Circumnavigators Club of Chicago to spend his summer studying sustainability in countries around the world.
Engineering and Journalism faculty and students have joined together to create state-of-the-art technologies for today’s news.
The Seeley G. Mudd Library underwent a major renovation this summer.
Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory received created the Northwestern-Argonne Institute for Science and Engineering, which will expand opportunities for Northwestern students and faculty to perform research at Argonne.
Between fall 2009 and spring 2011 graduate student Chris Wilmer and his teammates collected more than $60,000 in prize money from science and engineering innovation competitions.
Students are starting web-based businesses in record time through NUvention: Web, an experiential entrepreneurship course that puts students together in interdisciplinary teams.
Todd Warren, cocreator of the NUvention: Web, and Bob Plaschke, a course adviser, on their experiences with NUvention, the students, and the resulting companies.
Design for America, a student initiative founded at Northwestern, has spread across the country to seven other universities.
Deepak Ahuja, chief financial officer for electric car company Tesla, says he leveraged his engineering background into business success.
Students in the first-year Engineering Design and Communication course sequence use cell phones and cameras to observe a woman using a can opener.
Professor Jiaxing Huang's nanowires.