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Jan 20, 2017

Northern Essex Partners with Northeastern on S-POWER

S-POWER's partnership with Northern Essex Community College featured on 97.9 WHAV.

Dec 23, 2016

Wanted: Robots for Mars missions—must work well with humans

ECE Associate Professor Taskin Padir featured in Cisco's The Network.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Dec 08, 2016

Exploring Temperature Extremes in Brookline

CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly and interdisciplinary PhD students Lizzy Warner & Babak Fard were featured in EOS's article about "AGU's Thriving Earth Exchange Links Science with Small Towns". Their TEX project on Building Community Resilience to Extreme Heat in Brookline, MA explores the effects that extreme temperatures can have on the town.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Dec 08, 2016

Preventing Bacterial Growth in Pipes

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was featured in the Boston Herald’s article “Kalter: A bumpy road ahead for deadly bacteria?” and will be presenting his work at the Hidden Infrastructure Symposium.

Chemical Engineering

Nov 04, 2016

Effects of the New Mass Pike Tollbooths

CEE Professor Peter Furth featured in the Boston Globe's article "Your guide to the new all-electronic tolling" regarding what to expect with the new tollbooths on the Mass Pike.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Oct 17, 2016

Photo of ECE Professor Padir Featured in National Geographic

An image showing ECE Professor Taskin Padir and Valkyrie, the NASA robot he is working on improving, is featured in an issue of National Geographic. The article talks at length about prospects of space travel to mars. Mars: Inside the High-Risk, High-Stakes Race to the Red Planet

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Oct 17, 2016

ECE Professor Singh Featured in Atlantic Article

ECE Professor Hanumant Singh's work is featured in an article by The Atlantic titled, "How Many Fish are in the Sea?" The article highlights Professor Singh's work with Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, or AUVs. Professor Singh has adopted the design of his robot to help researchers with the daunting task of counting bottom-dwelling fish.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Sep 22, 2016

Using Nanoparticles instead of Antibiotics to fight infection

PhD bioengineering student Ben Geilich was featured in the Boston Herald's article on "Nano-meds could replace antibiotics" for his research into using nanoparticles to fight infection.

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering