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Changes in chromosomes years before cancer diagnosis could yield biomarker to predict cancer
Northwestern investigators used “big data” tools to classify for the first time three distinct categories of one cardiac syndrome called HFpEF
Material could be used one day to destroy stockpiles of deadly chemical weapons.
Assessing inaccurate assumptions key to correcting gender biases in science.
Discovery could lead to better understanding of tooth decay process, early detection.
Listening to human speech has consequences for infants that go beyond learning words
The Solar Fuels Institute is a global research consortium united around the goal of developing and commercializing a liquid solar fuel within 10 years.
The Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern serves to focus the University’s extensive resources in these fields.
A group of Northwestern researchers continues to study the dynamics of hydraulic fracture in an effort to improve the process.
Molybdenum disulfide has emerged as a leading successor to graphene.