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A new study in Nature, co-authored by Professor Josep Jornet, shows that terahertz data links aren’t as immune to eavesdropping as many researchers have assumed.
University at Buffalo engineers has developed nanotechnology to make surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy simpler.
The photonics advancement could improve early cancer detection, nanoelectronics manufacturing and scientists' ability to observe single molecules.
UB researcher receives award from SUNY Technology Accelerator Fund to improve magnetic resonance imaging.
Engineers receive $2.7 million Air Force grant to develop cognitive radio, which avoid wireless traffic jams by exploiting unused radio spectrum.
Engineers are developing an optical “nanocavity” to boost light absorption in semiconductors; it could improve solar cells, cameras and more.
Research hints that nanodevices in microcircuits can protect themselves from heat generation; could boost computing power without large-scale changes to electronics.
Researchers are developing a deep-sea computing network to improve how we detect tsunamis, monitor pollution and conduct surveillance.
UB Engineers Receive $850K Grant to help Intel, IBM and other revolutionize computing
UB engineers have created a more efficient way to catch rainbows, an advancement in photonics that could lead to technological breakthroughs in solar energy, stealth technology and other areas of research.
Metamaterials are poised to bring new dimensions to the science and applications of complex light
UB color-identification technology named a game-changer by Society of Manufacturing Engineers.  The invention is one of five of the society's 2013 list of Innovations that Could Change the Way You Manufacture.