In the Media

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Apr 20, 2021

Can biomaterials offer novel therapeutic strategies against COVID-19?

Thibault Colombani (ChE Postdoc), Zachary Rogers (ChE PhD’23), Loek Eggermont (ChE Postdoc), and ChE Assistant Professor Sidi A. Bencherif’s paper on “Harnessing biomaterials for therapeutic strategies against COVID-19” in Emergent Materials was featured in the News Medical article “Can biomaterials offer novel therapeutic strategies against COVID-19?”

Chemical Engineering

Mar 31, 2021

Wi-Fi will soon be able to do a whole lot more than connect you to the internet

ECE Assistant Professor Francesco Restuccia was featured in the TechRadar article “Wi-Fi will soon be able to do a whole lot more than connect you to the internet.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 23, 2021

Autonomous Cars Drive Terahertz Research

ECE Associate Professor Josep Jornet was recently interviewed by the SPIE (the International Society for Optics and Photonics) about the use of terahertz technologies in the future of autonomous cars. The story “Autonomous cars drive terahertz research” was published in an issue of Photonics Focus.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Mar 16, 2021

Voices of biotech research

As part of the 25th anniversary of Nature Biotechnology, BioE Assistant Professor and Allen Distinguished Investigator Nikolai Slavov published his future vision in the article “Voices of biotech research” about what he thinks are the most exciting and essential biotechnology opportunities.

Bioengineering

Feb 12, 2021

Researchers find that labels in computer vision datasets poorly capture racial diversity

ECE Professor Raymond Fu’s research was featured in the VentureBeat article “Researchers find that labels in computer vision datasets poorly capture racial diversity.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 11, 2021

If double-masking is hurting your ears, try these tips to relieve the pain

CEE Associate Professor Loretta Fernandez was featured in the Washington Post article “If double-masking is hurting your ears, try these tips to relieve the pain” for her research into finding effective fitting masks.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 01, 2021

1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America

ChE Assistant Professor Andrew Jones, Professor Debra Auguste, Assistant Professor Eno Ebong, and Solomon Mensah (former PhD student of Eno Ebong) were featured in Cell Mentor’s article of “1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America.”

Chemical Engineering

Jan 21, 2021

Living in Boston During COVID-19: Vaccination Planning and Hesitancy

In a newly released report from the Boston Area Research Initiative, the Center for Survey Research, and the Boston Public Health Commission, Assistant Professor Ryan Wang and a host of colleagues from Northeastern and other universities and organizations published the fifth installment of their research into the pandemic in the Boston area. That report, titled […]

Civil & Environmental Engineering