COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/26/2021
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.
Researchers induce 'magnetic texture' in graphene, a quantum science advancement that could lead to more powerful semiconductors, computers.
An NBC News story on how to shop for a standing desk quotes Lora Cavuoto, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering
The vaccine candidate, under development by POP Biotechnologies and biotech firm EuBiologics, will be tested in South Korea.
Buffalo Business First quoted Kemper Lewis, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Carl Lund, chair of the school’s Department of Engineering Education, in a story about engineering education during the pandemic.
Study describes passive cooling system that aims to help impoverished communities, reduce cooling and heating costs, lower CO2 emissions.
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