College News Highlights February 2017
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A Better Way to Farm Algae

Biomedical and chemical engineering researchers have developed a method that improves the growth of microalgae, which could have big implications for production of biofuels and other valuable chemicals. Read more.

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Supercharging Information Fusion

Researchers will introduce dynamic data to the design of information fusion systems to accelerate the processing of large amounts of data.

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An Engineer for Global Health

Bioengineering senior Andrew Ramos ’17 doesn’t see any reason to wait until he graduates to contribute to a healthier world.

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Reith ’83 Named President and CEO of Solomon Associates

Charles J. Reith is a graduate of Syracuse University’s civil engineering program and began his career at O’Brien & Gere Engineers in Syracuse. Read more.

Park G’05 Joins uSens as GM of Augmented and Virtual Reality

Eunseok Park received his MS degree and PhD in electrical engineering from Syracuse University. Read more.

Smith G’91 Inducted into Wash100

An electrical engineering alumna, Smith is president of Parson’s federal business unit. Read more.

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