SEAS in the News

1/18/19
An article on The Doctor’s Channel features a video of Ciprian “Chip” Ionita, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, and Adnan Siddiqui, professor of neurosurgery, about how 3D printing technologies are helping surgeons better prepare for complex procedures.
1/7/19
An article on Industry Week interviews Lora Cavuoto, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering, about her research on wearable technology in the workplace, which can be used to monitor fatigue levels to reduce injuries and increase productivity, and could help prevent as much as $130 billion per year in health-related productivity losses.
1/4/19
A story on iHeart Radio interviews Lora Cavuoto, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering, about her research that shows the value of wearable technology in the workplace, which can be used to monitor fatigue levels to reduce injuries and increase productivity, and could help prevent as much as $130 billion per year in health-related productivity losses.
1/3/19
An article in Business First about Buffalo’s growing collection of startup companies that see an opportunity to build scalable tech while having a positive environmental impact includes Sunny Clean Water., a technology that uses sunlight to generate clean water.
1/3/19
A story on WGN-AM in Chicago interviews Lora Cavuoto, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering, about her research that shows the value of wearable technology in the workplace, which can be used to monitor fatigue levels to reduce injuries and increase productivity, and could help prevent as much as $130 billion per year in health-related productivity loss.  
12/20/18
An article on Research & Development about 3D printing reports on new research from the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences that can “fingerprint” the specific printer that a 3D-printed item originated from, enabling law enforcement agencies to track the origin of 3D-printed guns, counterfeit products and other goods.