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Design for America Project Promotes Cycling Safety in Evanston

Design for America Project Promotes Cycling Safety in Evanston

Educational signs promoting cyclists’ use of hand signals were installed at four Evanston intersections as a part of a pilot program.
Aug 24, 2016
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Undergraduate
Regenerative Bandage Heals Diabetic Wounds Faster

Regenerative Bandage Heals Diabetic Wounds Faster

Guillermo Ameer’s antioxidant bandage heals wounds four times faster by delivering a protein that promotes cell repair.
Aug 16, 2016
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Research
PhD Team Wins BASF Science Competition

PhD Team Wins BASF Science Competition

A team of Northwestern Engineering and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences PhD students developed a synthetic fluid that improves the performance of base oil in synthetic lubricants.
Aug 16, 2016
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Honors and Awards
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Better Design Through Humanity

Equipped with a design innovation mindset and toolbox, Northwestern students leave ready to confront society's pressing problemsMcCormick Magazine

Moving Parts

Partnering with the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago aims to improve patients' lives

Computer Science for Everyone. If You Can Find a Seat.

The more technology becomes embedded in daily life, the greater the demand for computer science courses

Cuba's Internet Issues

Research shows that misconfigurations slow internet traffic traveling to the island

The Living City

How to make cities more sustainable, surviving and thriving in tune with nature
 

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