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Light-powered 3-D Printer Creates Terahertz Lens

Light-powered 3-D Printer Creates Terahertz Lens

Created from a 3-D printed metamaterial, the new lens could be used for biomedical research and security imaging.
Apr 29, 2016
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Research
Erik Luijten Named Chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Erik Luijten Named Chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering

An expert in soft matter, Luijten will succeed Michael Bedzyk on September 1.
Apr 26, 2016
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Ed Lazowska Discusses New Roles for Computer Science

Ed Lazowska Discusses New Roles for Computer Science

A part of Northwestern Engineering’s Dean Seminar Series, Lazowska shared ways that computer science should expand to confront societal challenges.
Apr 26, 2016
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Northwestern Engineering Magazine

CONNOISSEURS OF TOUCH

Northwestern scientists and engineers work to understand and predict the behaviors of complex systems.McCormick Magazine

Supercharged. Better Batteries Ahead

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.

Advancing Collective Innovation

Northwestern Engineering's Liz Gerber uses her experience in product design to build new tools to help people innovate better together.

Keeping Emotions in Mind

Northwestern Engineering's emotional intelligence course teaches students how to succeed in a stressful world.

Dirty Words

In an interdisciplinary effort, Northwestern computer scientists use machine learning to correct glitches in digitized historic texts.
 

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