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  • August 8, 2012
    Sci­en­tists have long known that food diges­tion affects the way the body absorbs var­ious compounds—from nutri­ents to drugs and toxins. “You can get mul­tiple...
    Chemical Engineering
  • August 7, 2012
    Chemical Engineering Associate Professor Rebecca Carrier received a $430K grant from NIH to determine the “Impact of Lipids on Intestinal Mucus Transport and Structural Properties”. The...
    Chemical Engineering
  • June 12, 2012
    Small wonder that Sean Burns, E’13, spends 10 hours a day in a med­ical oncology lab­o­ra­tory at the Dana-​​Farber Cancer Insti­tute, devel­oping and improving nanopar...
    Chemical Engineering
  • April 4, 2012
    ChE Associate Professor Anand Asthagiri was featured in the Biophysical Journal for his work in determining the effect of growth factors on cell-cell adhesion.
    Chemical Engineering
  • March 30, 2012
    ChE Seniors Thomas Dusseault & Emma Chory are recipients of NSF Graduate Research Fellowships that recognize outstanding students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing a graduate degree.
    Chemical Engineering
  • March 30, 2012
    ChE Professor Laura Lewis was featured by National Geographic for her work with ARPA-E in creating a rare- earth free magnet currently only found in meteorites.
    Chemical Engineering
  • March 29, 2012
    Lauren Gianino (ChE ’12) is a recipient of the Harold Hodgkinson Award in recognition of scholastic achievement, leadership, coop, and service in voluntary organizations and activities. This is one of the highest honors that a senior at Northeastern can receive.
    Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering
  • March 28, 2012
    The article written by ChE PhD graduate Brian Plouffe, Associate Professor Shashi Murthy & Professor Laura Lewis on "Thermomagnetic determination of Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticle diameters for biomedical applications" was one of the top 25 articles of 2011!
    Chemical Engineering
  • March 14, 2012
    ChE Associate Professor Anand Asthagiri is developing "traffic patterns" to enhance the directionality and speed of a cell’s movement in the body to promote faster healing.
    Chemical Engineering
  • March 14, 2012
    "Whether you, your child, or both are financing college, to earn a decent return on that investment your student needs to base academic choices at least in part on employment trends…If your child has the aptitude, he/she should pursue an engineering degree... End of discussion." ~Ali Velshi, chief business correspondent, CNN©
    Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

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