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From anode to the cathode — and everything in between — Northwestern Engineering researchers are finding ways to make cheaper, lighter batteries that work better and last longer.
Northwestern Engineering's Liz Gerber uses her experience in product design to build new tools to help people innovate better together.
Northwestern Engineering's emotional intelligence course teaches students how to succeed in a stressful world.
In an interdisciplinary effort, Northwestern computer scientists use machine learning to correct glitches in digitized historic texts.
Collaboration between researchers and industry will bring new therapeutics to market and stimulate future exploration of brain and nervous system disorders.
Chelsea Stoner ('96) has built a brilliant career in private equity on her strong engineering foundation.
Shelby Clark ('04) leverages his Northwestern Engineering toolkit and entrepreneurial spirit to build practical, solution-focused start-ups.
Larry Larkin ('60) helped make history in America's space program and leveraged the experience for creative problem solving throughout his career.
As chief medical officer at a biotechnology company, Sheila Gujrathi led innovation at the intersection of medicine, engineering, and business.
After leadership roles with Chicago Public Schools and Year Up, Alan Anderson (MS '99) returns to Northwestern to build strong community partnerships.