In the Media

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Illustration of the two paths to the proteome.

Sep 21, 2021

Single-cell Proteomics takes Centre Stage

BioE Associate Professor and Allen Distinguished Investigator Nikolai Slavov was featured in the Nature technology feature “Single-cell proteomics takes centre stage” which highlights single-cell proteomics technology developed by the Slavov Laboratory.


portrait Tiwari

Aug 25, 2021

Northeastern University Computer Engineer Troubleshoots the World’s Fastest Supercomputers

ECE Assistant Professor Devesh Tiwari was featured in the HPC Wire article “Northeastern University Computer Engineer Troubleshoots the World’s Fastest Supercomputers.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Tommaso Melodia

Aug 21, 2021

Northeastern wireless project gets federal designation as ‘innovation zone’

ECE Professor Tommaso Melodia was featured in the Boston Globe article “Northeastern wireless project gets federal designation as ‘innovation zone’.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering


Aug 09, 2021

Understanding the Global Chip Shortage, a Big Crisis Involving Tiny Components

ECE Professor Matteo Rinaldi was featured in the Popular Science article “Understanding the global chip shortage, a big crisis involving tiny components.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Aug 08, 2021

Civil Engineering PhD Student Featured in the Boston Globe

Civil engineering PhD student Max Rome was featured in the Boston Globe article, “Abundant Plant Growth on Floating Wetland Helps Battle the ‘Dirty Water Stigma’.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mona Minkara

Aug 06, 2021

Chemical Modeling with a Sense of Touch

BioE Assistant Professor Mona Minkara was featured in Nature’s article “Chemical modeling with a sense of touch.”


Aug 05, 2021

Towards resolving proteomes in single cells

BioE Associate Professor Nikolai Slavovo was featured in the Nature Methods article “Towards resolving proteomes in single cells” which highlights single-cell proteomics methods (SCoPE-MS and SCoPE2) developed by the Slavov Laboratory, and their application to characterising the emergence of molecular diversity in a type of innate immune cells, macrophages.


Peter Whitney, professor of engineering, demonstrates robotic teleoperation with haptic feedback.

Jul 28, 2021

Northeastern Engineers Developing Nimble Robotic Arms

MIE Assistant Professor Peter Whitney was featured in the Robotics & Innovation article “Northeastern engineers developing nimble robotic arms.”

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering