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Northeastern holiday gift guide 2022: The best gifts in tech
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Northeastern holiday gift guide 2022: The best gifts in tech

Champion racer Pedro Caceres becomes ‘one with the drone’
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Champion racer Pedro Caceres becomes ‘one with the drone’

Bringing Computer Science to the Ocean with Underwater Drones
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Bringing Computer Science to the Ocean with Underwater Drones

Here’s why the new union at Google could be good for Silicon Valley

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Here’s why the new union at Google could be good for Silicon Valley

He’s building the next generation of autonomous robots

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He’s building the next generation of autonomous robots

How to stop an iceberg in its tracks

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How to stop an iceberg in its tracks

Penguins are starving as Antarctica gets warmer. Drones are counting the losses.

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Penguins are starving as Antarctica gets warmer. Drones are counting the losses.

Global population, climate, and technology are changing human health. Here’s what we can do about it.

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Global population, climate, and technology are changing human health. Here’s what we can do about it.

Global resilience expert at Northeastern University says scientists, engineers, and city planners need to collaborate to prepare for the next Hurricane Dorian
Town employees of Emerald Isle work to clear the road after a tornado hit the beach town in North Carolina as Hurricane Dorian moved up the East coast on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019. AP Photo/Tom Copeland

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Global resilience expert at Northeastern University says scientists, engineers, and city planners need to collaborate to prepare for the next Hurricane Dorian

Electrical engineering researchers develop technology that turns any surface into a wireless charger for many electronic devices, including drones
Kaushik Chowdhury, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, is working with former graduate student Yousof Naderi to develop technology that transforms any surface into a smart wireless charger to power several devices simultaneously. This system can also be used to power more complex gadgets, such as airborne drones. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University

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Electrical engineering researchers develop technology that turns any surface into a wireless charger for many electronic devices, including drones

Northeastern to host showcase of new drone technologies at Air Force Pitch Day

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Northeastern to host showcase of new drone technologies at Air Force Pitch Day

Northeastern University to construct new research building to support university’s work in autonomous vehicles, drones, humanoid robots, and more

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Northeastern University to construct new research building to support university’s work in autonomous vehicles, drones, humanoid robots, and more