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Catalyzing innovation: academic scientists share secrets to success

Laura Schmidt-Hong April 6, 2018

JoAnne Stubbe’s interest in biochemistry first emerged in 1968, when she began studying biological enzymes as a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley. Although skeptical of the field’s...

Math team exceeds expectations at international tournament

Math team exceeds expectations at international tournament

Rose Skylstad November 24, 2017

Six North students on the math team competed in the international Harvard-MIT Math Tournament, or HMMT, Saturday, Nov. 11. North placed 42 out of 142 teams overall in the tournament, which took place at...

MIT provides resources for biology lab

The Newtonite February 15, 2013
MIT provided this school materials and training for a synthetic biology lab last Thursday D and E block and yesterday C and G block, according to science teacher Karen Tokos.

Design students work on Pedestrian Alert System

The Newtonite November 27, 2012
by Hilary Brumberg Design and visual communication students usually create interactive websites, fancy fliers and intricate design work. This year, design students are adding a third dimension to their already professional and creative projects: service.
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