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Northeastern University models a partnership of academia, industry, and government to help solve defense problems in the United States
The artificial intelligence race will hinge in part upon a renewed desire by the government to retain international students who have earned degrees in the U.S., Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun said in a one-on-one discussion with Steven Walker, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Photo by Zach Gibson for Northeastern

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Northeastern University models a partnership of academia, industry, and government to help solve defense problems in the United States

Northeastern University to design the wireless networks of the future using world’s most powerful radio frequency emulator
A close up of a radio and server system in the lab of Tommaso Melodia, the William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northeastern. Colosseum, a massive testbed for wireless systems, will arrive at Northeastern in November. It can process more information in a single second than is estimated to be held in the entire print collection of the Library of Congress. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University

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Northeastern University to design the wireless networks of the future using world’s most powerful radio frequency emulator

With nearly $1 million on the line, this Northeastern team had to think fast

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With nearly $1 million on the line, this Northeastern team had to think fast

New ‘sleeping’ sensors could save costs, make warzones safer
Matteo Rinaldi has developed a new type of sensor that consumes no power whatsoever in standby mode, waking up only when it detects an important event. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

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New ‘sleeping’ sensors could save costs, make warzones safer

Is that a turnip or a bomb?

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Is that a turnip or a bomb?

Carla Brodley appointed dean of the College of Computer and Information Science

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Carla Brodley appointed dean of the College of Computer and Information Science

Researchers push the radio rainbow’s limits

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Researchers push the radio rainbow’s limits