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Minerals Play Newly Discovered Role in Earth’s Phosphorus Cycle

Minerals Play Newly Discovered Role in Earth’s Phosphorus Cycle

New research from Professor Ludmilla Aristilde finds that iron oxide in soils can recycle phosphorus from organic matter.
Jul 18, 2024
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A New Way to Stabilize Perovskite Solar Cells

A New Way to Stabilize Perovskite Solar Cells

Northwestern Engineering researchers used stable materials to alleviate the issue of cations moving within a material in devices that convert light into electrical energy.
Jul 17, 2024
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Transporting Precious Cargo Using the Body’s Own Delivery System

Transporting Precious Cargo Using the Body’s Own Delivery System

The advances produced by Professors Neha Kamat and Josh Leonard “get us one step closer to the ultimate goal of targeted biological drug delivery.”
Jul 16, 2024
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Northwestern Engineering Magazine

Spring 2024 Issue: Activating AI's Potential

McCormick Magazine
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Activating the Potential of AI

Three graduate-level programs in artificial intelligence and data science equip leaders to meet tomorrow’s challenges while Northwestern Engineering researchers push the technology’s boundaries across multiple fields.
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Applying Math to Answer Life's Fundamental Questions

In the new National Institute for Theory and Mathematics in Biology, Northwestern Engineering faculty will decode biological findings using the language of mathematics.
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International Experiences Expand Engineering Perspectives

Northwestern Engineering students deepen their understanding of global challenges firsthand through learning experiences worldwide.
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Lab Tour: Materials Innovation Lab

Researchers in Northwestern Engineering’s Materials Innovation Lab are advancing additive manufacturing at the nanoscale, developing methods to produce sustainable materials and inks that will help build the biosensors, batteries, transistors, and neuromorphic devices of the future.
 

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The Center for Physical Genomics and Engineering

The Center for Physical Genomics and Engineering

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What is Applied Mathematics?

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Northwestern Engineering’s Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics is using its uncommon position within an engineering school to seek out applied math applications in the real world.
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