New York Research Team Develops Underwater Wi-Fi
Jan21

New York Research Team Develops Underwater Wi-Fi

Wireless networks span the globe. But like a frightened toddler, they don’t go underwater. That may soon change because University at Buffalo researchers are developing a deep-sea Internet. The technological breakthrough could lead to improvements in tsunami detection, offshore oil and natural gas exploration, surveillance, pollution monitoring and other activities. “A submerged wireless network will give us an unprecedented ability...

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Our Favorite Posts of 2013
Jan02

Our Favorite Posts of 2013

2013 was a banner year for the Generation SUNY blog! While we explain what impact SUNY has on New Yorkers year-round in response to developments of SUNY and its 64 campuses, we are presented with an extraordinary opportunity to engage so many different audiences. From students and alumni who passionately support their alma mater to awesome inventions that will shape tomorrow’s global village to ensuring higher education is...

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Our favorite posts from 2013
Jan02

Our favorite posts from 2013

2013 was a banner year for the Generation SUNY blog! While we explain what impact SUNY has on New Yorkers year-round in response to developments of SUNY and its 64 campuses, we are presented with an extraordinary opportunity to engage so many different audiences. From students and alumni who passionately support their alma mater to awesome inventions that will shape tomorrow’s global village to ensuring higher education is...

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Tracking the Endangered Oceanic Whitetip Shark
Jun24

Tracking the Endangered Oceanic Whitetip Shark

For humans, sharks have long been the source of fascination and fear. These top predators are fast disappearing; largely due to a fishing industry that takes more than 100 million sharks out of the oceans’ depths each year. Why should we care? Well, sharks are actually a major part of the oceans ecosystem. They help keep populations of other fish and marine animals in check by hunting sick, injured, and dying fish so that...

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