COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/7/2022
The new program equips participants with skills and experience to pursue a career in cybersecurity.
With roughly $400,000 in federal grants, the company is developing a turbine blade that automatically adjusts to changing winds.
The advancement could help improve experimental drug testing, artificial organs and more.
Proposed tech measures echo created by hand movements; could help boost communication between deaf and hearing populations.
The project, supported by the REMADE Institute, aims to find new uses for these multilayered films.
University at Buffalo researchers identify machines by their unique ‘hot end,’ could aid intellectual property, security.
Study shows how to make stable and large aerogels that remove heavy metals, organic solvents, organic dyes.
The work, which examines risk factors down to the county level, could lead to more tailored public health strategies.
UB-led research team advances technique that speeds up conventional 3D printing by 10-50 times.
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