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Recent News & Announcements

A New Role for an Ancient, Internal Clock

For the first time, a study has shown that humans' circadian clock regulates the production of insulin. If the clock is faulty, the result is diabetes, according to research led by Joe Bass of Weinberg's neurology and physiology department.

Working for Peace, Five Fellows at a Time

Weinberg senior's vision creates a program with positive implications for Africa's future.

Student-built Solar Car to Race 1,200 Miles

Thirty Northwestern undergraduates will vie against teams from around the world in the American Solar Challenge later this month.

Weinberg Senior Named American Dream Fellow

Ina Jani, a double major in biology and international studies, plans to volunteer in clinics in rural South India.

Weinberg Sophomore Named Lehrman History Scholar

Nora Gannon was selected as one of only 30 "next-generation historians" by the Gilder Lehrman History Scholars Program, which provides an opportunity for top American history majors to work closely with eminent scholars.

Creative Writing Major Sells Her First Novel

Veronica Roth has signed a three-book contract with HarperCollins. The first of the books, a darkly futuristic young adult novel, will be published in summer 2011.

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