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STEM Workers More Likely to Find Jobs in Denser STEM Labor Markets

In one of the first attempts to understand the geography of STEM degree-job matching, a new study finds that matching is much more likely in dense rather than in large STEM labor markets.

Northeastern Faculty Sparks a Sea Change in the Nanomedicine Field

Nanomedicine uses nanotechnology the science of building devices from infinitesimally small particles for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. Northeastern, has established The Nanomedicine Academy of Minority Serving Institutions, as a means to train a diverse workforce to develop the drug delivery systems.

More Underrepresented Students Obtain Science Degrees and Pursue STEM, Due to Research Mentoring

A new study indicates that undergraduates who participate in mentored research not only graduate more often with science degrees, but also attend graduate school and pursue STEM careers at higher rates.

Organs Without a Home: The Fascinating World of 3-D Bioprinting

In creating tailored organs, ready upon request, the possibilities for eliminating diseases due to dysfunctional organs are endless. Bioprinting has evolved, over forty years, from modified inkjet printers that spurted out DNA fragments, to printing actual cells in a 3-D structure. In modern bioprinting, the machine prints cells in the form of the desired tissue or organ.

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