Northwestern University

Northwestern University

Private research university with campuses in evanston and chicago, illinois, united states

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in big shifts across industries, but the development of more long-term solutions that address a future in which what we need to do is mitigate the impact of the new coronavirus seems like a worthwhile place to invest time and effort. Projects like a new one from Northwestern University [...]
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April 23, 2020
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March 24, 2020
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A new study on people who eat red meat has found they have higher risks of heart disease and early death. This goes against other recent research that said removing meat from one's diet has few health benefits.
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Adakveo and Oxbryta could be revolutionary treatments, but each costs about $100,000 per year and must be taken for life.
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November 20, 2019
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The artificial skin consists of a six-inch-square sheet of thin, soft, flexible material, embedded with 32 tiny vibrating actuators, which can be adjusted independently to generate a discrete sense of touch.
Jacey Fortin
November 12, 2019
Editors at the campus newspaper spurred a backlash from professional journalists after they apologized for how they covered protests at a speech by Jeff Sessions.
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As cities grow in size, crime grows even faster. But while certain types of crime--car theft and robbery, for example--exponentially outpace the population, other crime categories buck the trend. Rape, for example, grows only linearly, at roughly the same pace as a city's population.
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