SEAS in the News

12/3/19
Medical Xpress reported on a new, portable breast imaging system that has the potential to better identify breast cancer in women with dense breast tissue and quotes study lead author Jun Xia, assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
11/14/19
Gizmodo UK reported that NASA is looking at a ‘stingray-inspired spacecraft’ to explore the dark side of Venus. The space agency, in collaboration with the UB CRASH Lab led by Javid Bayador, has created the design for the “morphing spacecraft with wings flapping like a fish’s pectoral fin rays.”
11/14/19
A story in EE Times on innovations in micro- and macro-cooling describes a technology under development in the lab of Qiaoqiang Gan, associate professor of electrical engineering.
11/13/19
A video on USAToday.com covered the spacecraft that UB’s CRASH lab, led by Javid Bayandor, is working with NASA to design and which would “sail over the dark side of Venus like a stingray."
11/12/19
Fox News included a story on UB’s CRASH lab, which is working with NASA to design a new spacecraft that would fly around Venus and take measurements of its harsh atmosphere that includes incredibly hot temperatures, thick clouds of sulfuric acid and volcanoes.
11/12/19
Yahoo! and several other websites posted articles about UB’s CRASH lab, which is working with NASA to design a new spacecraft that would fly around Venus and take measurements of its harsh atmosphere that includes incredibly hot temperatures, thick clouds of sulfuric acid and volcanoes.