McCormick Magazine

Fall 2010
 
Diabetes Dilemma

Several Northwestern researchers are working on different ways to make islet transplantation more effective. What if, for example, new materials could help protect the islets and integrate them into the body? Under the umbrella of the Institute for Bionanotechnology in Medicine (IBNAM), three McCormick faculty members are working with professors and surgeons at the Feinberg School of Medicine on three different approaches to the islet transplantation dilemma.

 

From the Dean
Greetings from McCormick
Art + Science
Professors create technology to colorize archival photograph of Matisse masterpiece.
Humanitarian Logistics
Industrial engineering has grown beyond the factory and into the world of business. Karen Smilowitz has taken it one step further -- into nonprofits.
Human-centered Design
Undergraduates are finding whole-brain™ solutions for those who need them most.
Pioneering Career
Ginni Rometty ('79) has succeeded by putting people first.
Transportation Center: A Partner With Industry
Through the center, companies partner with one of the more than 50 faculty members from across the University -- from areas such as engineering, economics, management, neurobiology, and social sciences -- on transportation research.
Cutting-Edge Research
When undergrads are in the lab, everybody benefits.
The Art of Engineering
Research at McCormick pushes frontiers and crosses disciplines -- and along the way it may produce images of significant aesthetic value.

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Editor: Tom Fredrickson
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Principal photographer: Andrew Campbell
Photography: Howard Passamanick Photography, Orange Photography

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