SEAS in the News

8/5/19
An article on Quartz about how scientists are using the cold of outer space to rethink air conditioning mentions a study published today in which  a team of UB electrical engineers have designed a new system that can help cool buildings in crowded metropolitan areas without consuming electricity.
8/2/19
Josep Jornet, associate professor of electrical engineering, spoke to Forbes about Facebook’s development of a mind-reading brain interface.
7/22/19
A story on Spectrum News about Plastic Free July and what businesses are doing to be more sustainable interviews John Atkinson, assistant professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering.
7/22/19
An article on the website of the National Science Foundation reports on research by Josep Jornet, Michal Stachowiak, Yongho Bae and Ewa Stachowiak that showed that tiny brain implants can wirelessly control FGFR1 – a gene that plays a key role in how humans grow from embryos to adults – in lab-grown tissue.
7/19/19
An article in The Buffalo News about the 50th anniversary of putting a man on the moon and the role that Buffalo scientists and engineers played in getting them back to Earth interviews William Swenson, assistant dean emeritus in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, who worked as a test engineer at Bell Aerosystems at the time, and Joseph Mollendorf, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, who spent an unforgettable summer working with Swenson. 
7/17/19
An article on Futurity reports on research by Josep Jornet, Michal Stachowiak, Yongho Bae and Ewa Stachowiak that showed that tiny brain implants can wirelessly control FGFR1 – a gene that plays a key role in how humans grow from embryos to adults – in lab-grown tissue.