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Northwestern Spin-off Naurex to be Aquired by Allergan

Northwestern Spin-off Naurex to be Aquired by Allergan

The acquisition puts the upcoming large and expensive late-stage clinical trials for Naurex’s promising rapid-acting antidepressants in capable and committed hands, while allowing the company and team to continue innovating through the spin out.
Jul 27, 2015
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New Solar Technology Pays Back Energy Investment Faster

New Solar Technology Pays Back Energy Investment Faster

A study by scientists at Northwestern and Argonne National Laboratory reports that perovskite modules are better than any commercially available solar technology on the basis of energy payback time.
Jul 20, 2015
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Research
New Tool for Investigating RNA Gone Awry

New Tool for Investigating RNA Gone Awry

A new technology developed by nanomedicine experts at Northwestern offers the first real-time method to observe the dynamics of RNA distribution as it is transported inside living cells.
Jul 20, 2015
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Research
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Northwestern Engineering Magazine

MORE THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS

Northwestern scientists and engineers work to understand and predict the behaviors of complex systemsMcCormick Magazine

Early Detection to Beat the Odds

New screening technologies developed by McCormick's Vadim Backman hold promise for dramatic changes in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer

Blurring The Boundaries of Art and Engineering

Two McCormick-based courses facilitate collaboration among artists and engineers

Truly Secure? Not Necessarily So.

McCormick researchers develop tools to pinpoint and stop security threats

Developing Medical Devices for the Developing World

McCormick students study and work to improve healthcare in Cape Town
 

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Design:Chicago 2015: Jeri Ward Discusses 'Design as Strategy'

Design:Chicago 2015: Jeri Ward Discusses 'Design as Strategy'

Ward shared her experience at Audio of America with members of the Northwestern community, public, and top designers and executives.
e@nu Speaker Series: Developing the Developed World

e@nu Speaker Series: Developing the Developed World

Hosted by the Farley Center, PayPal cofounder Peter Thiel visited Northwestern to give entrepreneurship advice to students.
"Conversations at the Intersection" Explores the Nature of Creativity

"Conversations at the Intersection" Explores the Nature of Creativity

Engineer Bill Baker and humanities professor Saul Morson discuss aspects of creativity, including epiphanies and the relationship between creativity and age.
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