In a new paper published this fall by PLOS Biology, Northwestern researchers looked into why only 25% of human genes have been thoroughly researched since the entire genome was mapped in 2001. Here’s the video we made about their research:
The Global Poverty Research Lab was launched last year to support graduate student and faculty research in development economics. Our team worked with Chris Udry from The Department of Economics to create an informational video about the Lab.
Tonight, Northwestern hosted author Margaret Atwood for this year’s One Book One Northwestern keynote event. She sat down with Helen Thompson to discuss The Handmaid’s Tale in Pick-Staiger Auditorium, and our team supported the event with an overflow stream to the Block Museum of Art. Addressing a packed auditorium, they talked about humor in bleak times, neologisms, and the influence of dictatorships on language.