MD/PhD student Alexandria Melendez (MSTP program) does her Summer rotation in our Lab.[Read full story]
Graduate student Nicolas Pelaez (IBiS) program joins the Amaral and Carthew Labs for his thesis work.[Read full story]
Graduate student Adam Pah (IBiS program) joins our Lab.[Read full story]
You might have had your suspicions, but now they are confirmed. Many e-mailers do indeed fall into two main categories: the day laborers, who only e-mail at work from 9 to 6, and the e-mailaholics, who constantly check their e-mail during all waking hours of the day.
That’s the result of research done by Dean Malmgren, a graduate student ...[Read full story]
Graduate student Nicolas Pelaez (IBiS program) does his Spring rotation in our Lab.[Read full story]
Researchers at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern University have identified a new “guilt-by-association” threat to privacy in peer-to-peer (P2P) systems that would enable an eavesdropper to accurately classify groups of users with similar download behavior. To thwart this threat, they have released publicly available, open source software that restores privacy by masking a user’s ...[Read full story]
Luís Amaral, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering in the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern University, has been appointed an Early Career Scientist by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).
With his expertise in computer-based modeling and HHMI support, Amaral wants to build the “Google Maps” of cellular organization — interactive maps of complex biological networks ...[Read full story]
M. Irmak Sirer successfully defends his Masters Thesis.[Read full story]
Graduate student Peter Winter joins the Amaral and Morimoto Labs for his thesis work.[Read full story]
In the last 10 years, e-mail has gone from a novelty to a necessity. What was once a pastime is now an essential form of communication, with many people opening their inboxes to find dozens of e-mails waiting.
But how do people respond to those e-mails? Do they act rationally, responding to the most important first, making sure the process ...[Read full story]