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Full coverage of Northeastern's 116th commencement and the 2018 graduates
Commencement 2018 HIGHLIGHTS LATEST PHOTOS SPEAKERS HONORARY DEGREES ARRIVAL INFO Full coverage of Northeastern University’s 116th Commencement exercises and the 2018 graduates Highlights 2018 Commencement in photos University photographers documented all the splendor and excitement from Northeastern University’s 116th Commencement exercises on Friday… Read more Aimée Mullins’ life…
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AI & Robotics
Machines are writing news stories. Does that mean robots will replace reporters?
Bots for play: Professor uses AI to design video games
Engineering students flex their robotic muscles with hands, drones, and more
A Northeastern professor's algorithm can predict behavior in autistic children
Enemy hackers pose a serious threat to military drones. Northeastern has new facility to test ways to stop them.
Professor's FDA-approved nanotechnology may prevent complications from implants - like the one that ended Kyrie Irving's season.
Northeastern University collection preserves thousands of ocean species that may go extinct
4,058 Northeastern seniors just earned their degrees. Here’s what they studied.
Schools are safer than they were in the 90s, and school shootings are not more common than they used to be, researchers say
In The Media
Because superhero blockbusters demand that philosophers must also pulverize, Thanos matches his big brain with bigger purple muscles. He doesn't just look the brutish part. Based on a recent “whimsical by design” analysis, Northeastern University engineering assistant professor Steven Cranford calculated that Thanos is powerful enough to dead-lift the RMS Titanic.