Zhen Ma

Research Team Develops 3D Tissue Model of a Developing Heart

Professor Zhen Ma’s research team combines biomaterials-based cell patterning and stem cell technology to mimic early stage human heart development. Read more.

Seth DeLisle

Grad Student Engineers Faceoff Wins

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering student Seth DeLisle brings a unique perspective to Syracuse Men’s Lacrosse as a faceoff specialist.

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Link Flight Trainer

Students Help Kids Fly in a Restored Link Flight Trainer

Invented in 1929, the Link Flight Trainer was the first mass-produced flight simulator. It is in use at the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse.

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Ez Khalifa

Research Team Presents New Cooling Technology at the ARPA-E Summit

A personalized cooling system for office workers being developed by Professor H. Ezzat Khalifa and a team of researchers could lower energy costs for some companies by 15%.

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Student Team Develops Plan to Power Energy Grids With Farm Waste

The SU team has advanced to the regional finals of the Hult Prize, commonly known as the “Nobel Prize for student startups.”  Read more.

Invent@SU Team In-Spire Wins SU ACC InVenture Prize

Kayla Simon ’19 and Elizabeth Tarangelo ’19 will represent Syracuse University at the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) InVenture Prize Competition at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Read more.

Before the Taps Run Dry: How Recycled Wastewater Could Help Quench Water Crises   

Environmental engineering Professor Teng Zeng answers questions about long term water solutions for drought challenged population areas. Read more.

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