SEAS in the News

5/2/18
An article in the Washington Examiner about the need to track the space debris circling in low-Earth orbit interviews John Crassidis, director of UB’s Center for Multisource Information Fusion and Samuel P. Capen Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, who said space junk in low-Earth orbit consists of items such as rocket bodies and debris from collisions, and will eventually come down.
4/27/18
An article on 3DPrint reports on research by Praveen Arany, assistant professor of oral biology in the UB School of Dental Medicine, to develop new 3D printed dentures filled with microscopic capsules containing antifungal medication to help fight oral infections known as denture-related stomatitis.
4/26/18
An article on Futurity reports on research by Praveen Arany, assistant professor of oral biology in the UB School of Dental Medicine, to develop new 3D printed dentures filled with microscopic capsules containing antifungal medication to help fight oral infections known as denture-related stomatitis.
4/24/18
An article in The Conversation by John Hall, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, examines how much wind energy has grown domestically and abroad, and predicts that wind power will continue to grow.
4/24/18
A story on Great Lakes Today about gender bias in the STEM fields and what women are doing to change it interviews Liesl Folks, dean of the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, about the NAVIGATE project aimed at giving students the tools to fight against gender bias.
4/23/18
An article in Business First about blockchain, the web-based database that records single transactions on a multitude of servers, offering an alternative that is theoretically more secure and efficient than the current financial services sector, reports UB held a Blockchain Buildathon recently and that Bina Ramamurthy, research associate professor of computer science and engineering, taught an introduction to blockchain class during winter break.