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With Passive Solar Cooling Systems, Researchers Are Developing New Ways To Cool Buildings

If the cost of cooling a building drops drastically a few years from now, you might have nanotechnology to thank. Wayne Jones, professor of inorganic ...
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Working to Improve Our Ability to Predict Hurricanes

In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew became the most destructive hurricane to hit the United States in more than a decade, killing 49 people and causing...
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Student Leads Study to Learn How Much Mercury is In Our Catskill Lakes

As a sophomore studying Environmental Science at SUNY Oneonta, Colleen Parker never imagined that in five years she would be single handedly spearhead...
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On The Way To Beating Cancer, Doctoral Students Land Their First NIH Grants

When Alex Bott describes his friends Matthew Elmes and Christian Ruiz, he talks about their shared enthusiasm for research, their desire to communicat...
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Research Aims to Target Cancer Cells Directly With A New “Trojan Horse” Drug

Cancer drugs, even those that are delivered directly to cancer cells, often are released somewhere in the vicinity of diseased cells, possibly killing...