COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/12/2022
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We engage in a wide variety of K-12 educational activities, all of which aim to stimulate interest in STEM.
The three-day event charts a path for sustained collaborations relating to nanomaterials for electronics, photonics, and biotechnology.
The National Science Foundation-funded project includes Roswell Park and other partners; it will help ensure U.S. leadership in science and engineering, and help drive innovation in the U.S. economy.
The research, funded by the Department of Defense, focuses on developing new concepts in non-invasive testing and evaluation of semiconductor chips.
The series provides forum for scholars to discuss how their innovative work can reshape the world.
The EPA has adopted a computational method developed by MDI researchers to build the science driving the regulatory policy of classifying PFAS compounds.
Engineers at the University at Buffalo are developing technology to provide near 24/7 energy for wearable devices.