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In Borophene, Boundaries are No Barrier

In Borophene, Boundaries are No Barrier

New research from Professor Mark Hersam reveals that borophene’s defects can assemble into ordered structures that preserve its electronic properties.
Jul 16, 2018
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Research
Bioengineers Create Pathway to Personalized Medicine

Bioengineers Create Pathway to Personalized Medicine

The new method, which uses cell-free glycoprotein synthesis, could lead to a cheaper, more rapid way to make medicines.
Jul 12, 2018
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Research
Professor Emeritus James Aagaard Passes Away

Professor Emeritus James Aagaard Passes Away

An important contributor to the creation of the Northwestern University Library’s first online cataloguing system, Aagaard passed away at age 87 on June 22, 2018.
Jul 11, 2018
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Spring 2018: Art + Engineering

Engineering undergraduate researchers spend summer break making new discoveries in science and about themselves.McCormick Magazine

Dollars and Design Sense

Students in Northwestern's MMM Program combine thinking and business expertise in a collaborative initiative with Visa.

Wheels Up

Northwestern students work to take the stress out of air travel for wheelchair users.

More Than a Job. Leadership and Growth.

Northwestern Engineering's director of career development sees great opportunity and competitive advantage for grads' professional success.

Regeneration Revolution

Guillermo Ameer positions Northwestern for leadership in regenerative engineering.
 

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