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Designing New Materials from ‘Small’ Data

Designing New Materials from ‘Small’ Data

Combining machine learning and density functional calculations with small datasets leads to new electronic materials.
Feb 17, 2017
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Research
Neda Bagheri Receives Prestigious Honor for Young Faculty

Neda Bagheri Receives Prestigious Honor for Young Faculty

Bagheri received an NSF CAREER Award, the foundation's most prestigious honor for junior faculty members.
Feb 16, 2017
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Honors and Awards
Sketching Sensors with Conducting Polymer Pen

Sketching Sensors with Conducting Polymer Pen

Born out of MSE 337, PolySketch is a quick, easy, and mobile way to deposit conducting polymer.
Feb 15, 2017
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Education
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The Exponential Power of Computer Science

On a greater level, computers can drive our cars, help diagnose our diseases, and enable us to explore distant planets. And this is just the beginning.McCormick Magazine

Optimizing A Faster, Smarter, and Easier World

Big data plus increasing computational power empower researchers to use optimization algorithms to build a better world on a grander scale.

A Race Against Time: Developing Diagnostics For The Developing World

Northwestern’s Center for Innovation in Global Health Technologies tailors medical diagnostics to meet life-or-death challenges in the developing world.

Startups Grow Up: Success Stories From The Front

Post graduation, these Northwestern Engineering Alumni and their startups continue to make a positive impact in health, education, technology, and advertising.

Flexible Thinking, Expansive Ideas

John Rogers bends historically rigid ideas about electronics to create new medical monitoring and treatment devices that flex and stretch with the human body.
 

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