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Recovery from natural disasters or man-made attacks begins with being prepared, researchers say
A military truck driving down a flooded street in between lampposts.

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Recovery from natural disasters or man-made attacks begins with being prepared, researchers say

Ireland senior cabinet minister visits Northeastern to promote research partnership with University College Dublin
Multiple people in suits look at a robot covered in red and black wires.

University NewsArticle

Ireland senior cabinet minister visits Northeastern to promote research partnership with University College Dublin

Our ligaments and bones don’t grow the way we thought, new Northeastern research finds

HealthArticle

Our ligaments and bones don’t grow the way we thought, new Northeastern research finds

From realism to ‘ultrasociality’: international relations scholar rewrites the history of international cooperation
Mai'a Cross' book on a blue background.

Society & CultureArticle

From realism to ‘ultrasociality’: international relations scholar rewrites the history of international cooperation

Maternity care is disappearing from rural Maine communities. How can we stop it? New study offers solutions
A hospital room in Maine Medical Center.

HealthArticle

Maternity care is disappearing from rural Maine communities. How can we stop it? New study offers solutions

How one philosopher is thinking about the problem of deepfakes, AI and the ‘arms race’ to rein in deception online
AI generated image of a human head.

NGN Magazine
How one philosopher is thinking about the problem of deepfakes, AI and the ‘arms race’ to rein in deception online

Boston’s approach to ‘problem properties’ could help improve cities across the US, new research finds
Red house with boards over the windows.

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Boston’s approach to ‘problem properties’ could help improve cities across the US, new research finds

How secure is your security camera? Hackers can spy on cameras through walls, new research finds
A security camera on a table.

Science & TechnologyArticle

How secure is your security camera? Hackers can spy on cameras through walls, new research finds

Why Teslas froze in Chicago’s cold snap, and how battery research at Northeastern might prevent future freezes
Hongwei Sun working on a battery in a lab.

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Why Teslas froze in Chicago’s cold snap, and how battery research at Northeastern might prevent future freezes

The largest body of water west of the Mississippi disappeared 130 years ago — now it’s back
Farmland partially submerged in Tulare Lake Basin.

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The largest body of water west of the Mississippi disappeared 130 years ago — now it’s back

Third annual bell hooks symposium, ‘Black Feminist Worldmaking,’ helps kick off Black History Month at Northeastern
A person wearing a multi-colored shirt speaks to an audience at the annual bell hooks symposium.

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Third annual bell hooks symposium, ‘Black Feminist Worldmaking,’ helps kick off Black History Month at Northeastern

New species of mussel that lives in an ancient undersea forest discovered by Northeastern marine scientist
A newly discovered mussel seen under a microscope.

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New species of mussel that lives in an ancient undersea forest discovered by Northeastern marine scientist