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Professor Sri Sridhar is establishing Northeastern as the go-to knowledge resource for clinical and commercial translation of basic university research.

Professor Sri Sridhar is establishing Northeastern as the go-to knowledge resource for clinical and commercial translation of basic university research.

The next gen in wearables?

These Washable Fabric Circuit Boards Can Even Survive Being Shot

Zackees Turn Signal Gloves - let you be seen. Whether you’re on a bike, skateboard, or out for a run, you can be visible, show your intent, and do it in a way that’s natural. #wearables, #fitness

World’s first turn signal cycling glove. The safest and most technologically advanced pair of cycling gloves ever made.

Stanford researchers map letters exchanged (to gain insight into information exchange) by 18th century influential thinkers such as John Locke and Voltaire

Stanford researchers map letters exchanged (to gain insight into information exchange) by century influential thinkers such as John Locke and Voltaire

Department of Physics - Virtual Welcome Day February 2013

Department of Physics - Virtual Welcome Day February 2013

An undergraduate student talks about her co-op experience while studying physics at Northeastern University

An undergraduate student talks about her co-op experience while studying physics at Northeastern University

Paul Whitford, an assistant professor of physics, presents a framework for better understanding the ribosome, the part of the cell responsible for making proteins.

Paul Whitford, an assistant professor of physics, presents a framework for better understanding the ribosome, the part of the cell responsible for making proteins.

Dean Murray Gibson talks about co-op at Northeastern University and then introduces us to Rebecca Shansky, who is part of the Department of Psychology in the College of Science

Dean Murray Gibson talks about co-op at Northeastern University and then introduces us to Rebecca Shansky, who is part of the Department of Psychology in the College of Science

Resultado de imagem para LivePerson's NYC Office

Resultado de imagem para LivePerson's NYC Office

If members of the audience packing 318 Curry Student Center closed their eyes, they may have felt transported to a New Orleans blues bar — courtesy of the piano stylings of Murray Gibson, dean of the College of Science.

If members of the audience packing 318 Curry Student Center closed their eyes, they may have felt transported to a New Orleans blues bar — courtesy of the piano stylings of Murray Gibson, dean of the College of Science.

Temporary Tattoos Could make #Electronic Telepathy Possible!! No joke.  Communicate by Thought! Told you thoughts are frequencies!! You got to see how this can work!!!

Temporary Tattoos Could Make Electronic Telepathy Possible

The Electronic Tattoo, RFID Chip, Obama Healthcare Plan; The tattoo RFID sensors can pick up the electrical signals of brain waves and muscle movements in the throat so people can communicate with 'JUST THOUGHT'.

Alessandro Vespignani, Sternberg Distinguished Professor of Physics, Computer Science and Health Sciences at Northeastern, uses network science to forecast the spread of emerging diseases

Alessandro Vespignani, Sternberg Distinguished Professor of Physics, Computer Science and Health Sciences at Northeastern, uses network science to forecast the spread of emerging diseases

The latest creation from Aldebaran, Pepper is the first robot designed to live with humans. Engaging and friendly, Pepper is much more than a robot, he's a companion able to communicate with you through the most intuitive interface we know: voice, touch and emotions. Created for SoftBank Mobile¿the 3rd biggest mobile phone company in Japan - Pepper is already greeting customers in stores

Robot to help autistic children with learning and social interaction

SoftBank - Humanoid Robot "Pepper" with Artificial Intelligence out for sale in 2015

Paul Champion, professor and chair of the Department of Physics, was recently named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Paul Champion, professor and chair of the Department of Physics, was recently named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Happy Finals!

Law School Exam Week May the odds be Ever in your Favor Hunger Games Odds

At the first annual Sus­taining Coastal Cities con­fer­ence, national and inter­na­tional leaders began a con­ver­sa­tion on the future of fisheries.

At the first annual Sus­taining Coastal Cities con­fer­ence, national and inter­na­tional leaders began a con­ver­sa­tion on the future of fisheries.

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