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Ferric Contrast, Neurovascular Diagnostics and Sunny Clean Water have each won awards of about $225,000.

An article in the Thibodaux Daily Comet reports nearly a dozen UB students spent the last week of their winter break doing coastal restoration in Louisiana, and quotes Leah Nola, a mechanical engineering student.
A front-page article in the Buffalo News about the possibility of developing a robot that could be used on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus to help people quit smoking interviews Souma Chowdhury, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, who said when it comes to the medical campus, some type of robot with a special purpose may work depending on its design.
An article in Aviation Week reports Seamus Lombardo, a student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been named to the magazine’s “Tomorrow’s Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties,” an award that recognizes students for their academic performance, civic contribution and research or design project.

MAE alum Richard Linares has had space debris on his mind for nearly a decade: as a student working with professor John Crassidis; as an employee protecting military satellites at CUBRC; as a researcher and assistant professor at the University of Minnesota; and most recently, as a recipient of the U.S. Air Force’s prestigious 2018 Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) award.


Annual ceramic assemblies workshop brought academia and industry to Buffalo to prototype environmentally-responsive facades with terra cotta.


Students of all levels interested in advanced manufacturing will find a wide variety of course options available through UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

An article on Upstart NY, which covers startups in the Buffalo area, features Vader Systems, which worked with UB engineers to develop a liquid metal 3-D printing machine. The articles notes that the company is hiring UB graduates.