UB TCIE provided an 8-hour preventive maintenance training to employees at Panasonic Solar North America. John R. Morgan, general manager, says, "I think we have made a better return with this investment than any other to date. I highly recommend the folks at TCIE to other industrial leaders. They should leverage this fine local resource." 


The advancement surpasses silicon and other mature technologies, and could help improve distances that electric cars, locomotives and airplanes can travel.


One of the most popular news websites in Argentina, Clarin, interviewed John Crassidis, SUNY Distinguished Professor and Samuel P. Capen Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, about SpaceX’s successful mission to deliver two astronauts to the International Space Station.


UB engineer Jun Zhuang helps FEMA, Department of Homeland Security fight false rumors during disasters.


NASA's news site reported on research by Kang Sun, an assistant professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Sun is developing a process that will give scientists and policy makers a way to monitor how long the observed global decrease in some types of air pollution will last and what effects these changes will have on the chemistry of earth’s atmosphere.


The website Supply Chain Dive reports that, as factories and warehouses reopen, wearable technology could be employed to keep workers at safe distances and monitor their health. The report quotes Albert Titus, professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.


The Society of Women Engineers reports that COVID-19 has raised the profile of flexible work arrangements, compelling corporations and institutions to recognize that reasonable accommodations represent a step toward inclusivity that will help both employees and employers. The article quotes Meghan Donahue, a PhD student in industrial and systems engineering, who said the idea of designing for differing needs not only varies for each person, but it’s also about the environment.


The business arm of UB's engineerng school helps small companies grow their business.


The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has named Rajan Batta as associate dean for faculty affairs and diversity, and appointed Francine Battaglia as chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.