Jones and Ranasinghe receive rave reviews (October 21, 2014) Professors Graham B. Jones and Dr. Naheesha Ranasinghe
Gilbert quoted in Chemistry and Engineering News (October 21, 2014) Profess Thomas Gilbert
Researcher studies protein's role in aging (July 23, 2013) Professor Sunny Zhou
Life science research partnership targets new breakthroughs (January 25, 2013) Professor Barry Karger, Director of the Barnett Institute
From protein signaling to cancer drug development (January 7, 2013) Professor Carla Mattos
A new age for drug development (June 29, 2012) Professor John Engen and Graham Jones, Professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Cancer-detection nets entrepreneurial award (June 6, 2012) Professor Ban-An Khaw
3Qs: Green chemistry (April 23, 2012) Professor and Department Chair Graham Jones
Neutralizing HIV function (November 2, 2011) Professor John R. Engen
A global push to unlock the genome (October 4, 2011) Professor William Hancock, Bradstreet Chair in Bioanalytical Chemistry, Barnett Institute
Calling attention to neglected diseases (March 24, 2011) Professor Michael Pollastri
Northeastern researchers gain a voice in federal drug policy (November 5, 2010) Professor and Department Chair Graham Jones
Solving the mystery of DNA repair (July 15, 2009) Professor Penny Beuning
Researcher receives prestigious American Chemical Society award (March 11, 2009) Professor John R. Engen
Northeastern University Partners with MGH for Innovative Breast Cancer Research (June 30, 2008) the Barnett Institute
Northeastern University Receives Funding from the National Cancer Institute to Study the Glycobiology of Cancer (September 4, 2007) Professor William Hancock
Young chemist receives prestigious national award (May 29, 2009) Professor Penny Beuning
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