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The team, comprising mostly freshmen and sophomores, designed a solar photovoltaic and battery storage system for a college campus in the Department of Energy sponsored competition.  

Nine of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences best and brightest teachers and researchers were among the 21 to receive the University at Buffalo’s 2020 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.

As part of NASA’s Micro-G Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Team (Micro-G NExT) Competition, a group of students in UB’s chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is designing something that may actually be used in space one day.


UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences held a virtual town hall Friday to discuss racial injustice, and how it affects the school, the greater Buffalo area and beyond.

Popular Mechanics quoted John L. Crassidis, SUNY Distinguished Professor and Samuel P. Capen Professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, in a story on a Russian startup that's spraying space junk with polymeric foam that will then sink safely and burn up in Earth’s atmosphere.

The event will bring students from across the country to UB’s North Campus for a weekend of learning and connecting.

The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) highlights M. Amin Karami's work to replace pacemaker batteries with energy harvesting devices powered by the patient's own body movements.

UB’s Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars is seeking applicants to take part in the Inclusive Autonomous Vehicle Design Challenge.