Motorists in Los Angeles, San Francisco and other gridlocked
cities could learn something from the fruit fly. Scientists have
found that cellular blockages, the molecular equivalent to traffic
jams, in nerve cells of the insect’s brain can form and
dissolve in 30 seconds or less.
Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in the Limelight
Networks v. Akamai Technologies case states criminal law should not
bear much weight in how third-party infringement of property rights
cases are decided, according to a University at Buffalo Law School
professor and expert on cyberspace legal issues.
BUFFALO, N.Y – David Kofke, Ph.D., SUNY Distinguished
Professor in the University at Buffalo Department of Chemical and
Biological Engineering, was named a fellow of the American
Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
Buffalo Public School social studies teacher Lisa Spaulding has
heard the background stories of the refugee students at Lafayette
High School, particularly the ones told by the girls.
“Absolutely hair-raising,” Spaulding says.
“Frightening. All absolutely heart-breaking."
Laurent Levy left the University at Buffalo in 1999 with a
dream: transforming his recently completed postdoctoral research on
nanomedicine into real-world products for patients battling cancer.
Today, the scientist-turned-entrepreneur is zeroing in on that
Leslie Ying is improving magnetic resonance imaging. Steven
Diver is developing a faster, more efficient way to synthesize
drugs. Both University at Buffalo researchers will receive $50,000
each from the statewide SUNY Technology Accelerator Fund (TAF),
which cultivates innovation by speeding the commercialization of
high-impact SUNY inventions.
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