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Finding Sustainable Solutions to 21st Century Water Problems

Water covers 75% of the Earth’s surface, but just 1% of it is readily available as drinkable fresh water. Human activities in the form of agricultur...
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How The Making Of The First Implantable Pacemaker Went Through SUNY

What do hearts, batteries, and the moon have in common? Wilson Greatbatch, a distinguished alumnus and former member of the engineering faculty at the...
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Can We Replace The Black Box With A Virtual System? SUNY Research Says Yes

Dr. Junaid Zubairi of SUNY Fredonia had been searching for a way to use his computer science expertise to enhance airline safety, but he needed to fin...
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Created at SUNY, The Smallest-Ever 5-Nanometer Transistor is Set to Transform Technology

Bigger isn’t always better; in the semiconductor business tiny is tops. That is, the more miniscule the transistors, the more of them that can be pi...
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The Future is Here – Research is Bringing Us Robots That Can Map and Sense Their Surroundings

On the University at Buffalo‘s North Campus, Karthik Dantu is working on a set of robots so robust they’ll be able to navigate in crowded indo...