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Professor Emeritus William Brazelton Passes Away

Professor Emeritus William Brazelton Passes Away

A member of the Northwestern community for more than five decades, Brazelton passed away at age 97 on January 8, 2019.
Jan 15, 2019
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Announcements
Hambleton Receives Faculty Award to Support Creation of Innovative Curriculum

Hambleton Receives Faculty Award to Support Creation of Innovative Curriculum

With the award, Professor James Hambleton will develop an elective course for first-year students that will explore soil-structure and soil-machine interaction.
Jan 11, 2019
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Honors and Awards
Space Microbes Aren’t So Alien After All

Space Microbes Aren’t So Alien After All

Genetic evidence shows bacteria on the International Space Station are adapting to survive, not to harm.
Jan 8, 2019
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Research
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Fall 2018: Water in Crisis

Confronting the global issue of water insecurity. Collaborating to find solutions.McCormick Magazine

Where Math and Biology Meet

At the Center for Quantitative Biology, mathematical scientists collaborate with developmental biologists.

Synthetic Biology Basics, Bit by Bit

New educational kits give school-aged kids access to synthetic biology.

Creating Space on Mars

Northwestern Engineering enters NASA's competition to design 3D-printed habitat on Mars.

What's Your Type?

Luís Amaral's lab finds four clusters of personalities in data, challenging psychology's paradigm.
 

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What’s Your Type?

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