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What a Potato Clock Can Teach Us About Fighting Disease

When titanium and magnesium particles are galvanically coupled, like zinc and copper in a potato clock, an electrochemical reaction develops that produces a cell-killing effect. Read more.

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Comp Sci M.S. Named a Top U.S. Program

College Choice has recognized Syracuse University’s Master of Science in Computer Science as one of the 50 best in the United States.

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Uncovering Connections in the Water Cycle

New research by Professor Laura Condon will help scientists predict water availability over the next 100 years.

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Daley ’11, G ’16 Earns SciComm Fellowship

The competitive Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellowship places students in major media organizations like the LA Times.

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Connecting Women in Geotechnical Engineering

Professor Shobha K. Bhatia and Assistant Professor Sucheta Soundarajan are providing women in geotechnical engineering with greater access to mentoring, resources, and opportunities to collaborate. Read more.

Jiang ’16 Wins Prestigious Chemical Computing Award

The award is in recognition of her contributions to computationally intensive projects that she has completed as a graduate student in Professor Shikha Nangia’s research group. Read more.

Megan Cucci ’96, Chemical Engineering

Cucci applies Kodak’s core strengths to new technology as the company’s Director of Product Management for Micro 3D Printing. Read more.


Invention Space Open House

Friday, September 16, 2–3 p.m.
054 Link Hall, Engineering and Computer Science Student Shop

Link Hall

Breakfast with Dean Teresa A. Dahlberg

Saturday, September 17, 9–11 a.m.
369 Link Hall, Avi and Sandra Nash Classroom for Collaboration

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