Science and Tech
Many foods have elements that cause discomfort or even death in humans. It’s their last ditch effort at survival.
one decade later
With the help of technology, progress in scientific fields has been made easier. So what does the future hold?
You make my heart race
Starting college is a huge adjustment, especially as a first-year student.
Talk nerdy to me
Just as Northwestern professors research a variety of topics, student research continues to thrive on campus as well.
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Meat me halfway
This Impossible Burger utilizes 95 percent less land, consumes 74 percent less water and creates 87 percent less greenhouse gas emissions.
think before you click
Next time you are reading about the “next great breakthrough in science,” take the information with a grain of salt.
Wildcat? More like VentureCat.
Students, faculty and alumni gathered at the Kellogg Global Hub on Wednesday for the 11th annual VentureCat competition. Six companies founded by current Northwestern students competed for $56,000 in seed funding and the chance to network with partners in some of Chicago’s most prestigious venture capital firms.
Your heart is pounding
Doctors recommend 30 minutes of exercise a day to stay healthy. What does your heart rate look like on the treadmill?
We wanted to take a hard look at few specific privacy concerns from Facebook’s scandal and see why social media companies are busy updating their privacy policies right now.
Science highs and lows
This week, we're optimistic as we look forward to studying Mars and combating cybersecurity threats, but fearful for the ozone.
Google brings your technology dreams to life with its I/O updates.
“We’re not really going to solve the global water crisis; we have to adapt to it.”
Tests? More like stress
My heart rate jumped to the highest point it reached all day – 130 beats per minute – as adrenaline coursed through my veins.
How to (scientifically) break barriers
According to the US Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, the glass ceiling "is the unseen, yet unbreachable barrier that keeps minorities and women from rising to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder, regardless of their qualifications or achievements.”