The Northwestern Argonne Institute of Science and Engineering (NAISE) brings together researchers at Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory to create powerful collaborations.
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NAISE Open House at Northwestern
On May 21st from 9-12:30 in Mudd (Room 2210), current and prospective NAISE Fellows and Members can learn more about the institute as well as Argonne’s Advanced Leadership Computing Facility, Center for Nanoscale Materials, and Advanced Photon Source.
NAISE Fellow Publishes Advancement in Protein Therapy in Nature Chemical Biology
NAISE fellow Michael Jewett and co-author Milan Mrksich and their research groups published an account of their combining technologies to develop a new biotech technique that promises to accelerate research into protein therapies that could one day become the next defense against antibiotic-resistant supergerms or the next new drug. The paper is in Nature Chemical Biology.
Sarah Wolff Awarded 2018 Enrico Fermi Fellowship
Sarah Wolff has been named a 2018 Enrico Fermi Fellow with Argonne National Laboratory's Energy Systems and X-ray Science Divisions. She completed her PhD with NAISE Senior Fellow Professor Jian Cao.
Undergraduate Research Blog
Every summer, NAISE supports undergraduate researchers to spend the summer working in a research group at Argonne. The students maintain a blog describing their work. We look forward to the 2018 cohort’s upcoming contributions to this blog!