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Boosting Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department

Boosting Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department

Blending analytical models and behavioral insights, Professor Seyed Iravani shows a path to improving the experience of emergency department patients.
May 20, 2022
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Research
How a McCormick Student Wants to Help Feed the World

How a McCormick Student Wants to Help Feed the World

Senior Shane Dolan has designed and built an Internet of Things-enabled intelligent sprinkler controller for large agricultural operations.
May 19, 2022
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Undergraduate
How Fast-Growing Algae Could Enhance Growth of Food Crops

How Fast-Growing Algae Could Enhance Growth of Food Crops

A team including Professor Niall Mangan and researchers from Princeton University used computer modeling to identify the necessary features to support enhanced carbon fixation by an organelle called the pyrenoid, found in green algae, providing a blueprint for engineering this structure into crop plants.
May 19, 2022
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Research
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Northwestern Engineering Magazine

Fall 2021: Back on Campus

This issue of our magazine dives into how engineers meet the challenge of a changing world through technological innovation.McCormick Magazine
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Field Museum Collaborations Span Prehistoric Earth to the Moon

Northwestern Engineering professors have long enjoyed strong collaborative ties with researchers at the Field Museum in Chicago. Two recent projects highlight the interdisciplinary, evolving teamwork between the institutions.
Professor Guillermo A. Ameer

Biomaterial Technology Moves from Lab Bench to the Orthopedic Market

Resorbable anti-inflammatory tendon fixation technology used in patients for the first time.
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Building Community. Making an Impact.

Student groups foster exciting experiences, innovative thinking, and lasting memories beyond the classroom.
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Leading Decision-Making in the Age of Machine Learning

The IEMS Department leads the field in decision-making for complex environments through innovation in algorithms, computation, and mathematical modeling.
 

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