SEAS in the News

An article in the Wall Street Journal about the growing concern over space debris, also called space junk, orbiting Earth quotes John Crassidis, CUBRC Professor in Space Situational Awareness in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, who spoke about the proliferation of small satellites known as CubeSats.
An article reports on research by Josep Jornet, assistant professor of electrical engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, to develop technology that combines implantable sensors, a wearable device and software to better identify and monitor such conditions such a lung cancer.
SNL Financial quotes mechanical engineering professor John Hall about GE’s plan to build its largest-ever, land-based wind turbine.
An article on Space Daily reports 10 students from UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences traveled to New Mexico in June as part of the First Annual Spaceport America Cup at the intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition hosted by the Experimental Sounding Rocket Association.

In an interview with WBFO, UB environmental engineering professor James Jensen stated that the likelihood was low that a disease outbreak would result from the flood waters in Texas.

An article in the San Francisco Chronicle about the emerging worries that drones pose for airports interviews Javid Bayandor, associate professor in UB's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.