COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/7/2022
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With roughly $400,000 in federal grants, the company is developing a turbine blade that automatically adjusts to changing winds.
The startups are advancing projects that could help fight diseases ranging from COVID-19 to cancer to diabetes.
The interdisciplinary project will focus on how Twitter users describe their locations during disasters.
Findings point to a need for public education to reduce recycling stream contamination, University at Buffalo researchers say.
Funded by NextFlex, the project will involve Binghamton University, Buffalo-based Tapecon, Inc. and Corning Inc.
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