Can big data, AI and chemical footprinting help the renewable energy sector avoid a toxic waste legacy?

Published December 1, 2020

Print published an article on the progress of the Collaboratory for a Regenerative Economy (CoRE), which was formed to use big data tools to help manufacturers embed human health and environmental criteria into the design of materials and products.

The story was co-authored by Krishna Rajan, Erich Bloch Chair of the Department of Materials Design and Innovation. Co-authors are Mark Rossi of Clean Production Action, Alexandra McPherson of Niagara Share, and Chitra Rajan, University at Buffalo associate vice president for research advancement.

Read the story here.