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A new TRAC report, based on data extracted from the IRS under the Freedom of Information Act, shows that in the face of growing federal deficits, the agency’s audits of the nation’s largest corporations have sharply dropped in the last few years.
The College of Human Ecology and its College Research Center will host a book signing on April 15 for the SU and local community featuring the published works of professor emerita Alice Sterling Honig and professor of health and wellness, social work and anthropology Sandra Lane.
SU Interdisciplinary Research Group to present poster session on theme ‘Journeys of Interdisciplinary Observation’
In conjunction with its yearlong theme “Journeys of Interdisciplinary Observation,” the Interdisciplinary Research Group based in the College of Visual and Performing Arts will present a poster session on Monday, April 19.
Syracuse University Project Advance® (SUPA) has announced the publication of “Our Courses Your Classroom®: Research on Syracuse University Courses Taught in High School,” edited by Gerald S. Edmonds, director of SUPA and Sari Z. Signorelli, associate director of SUPA. Collected here, for the first time in one volume, is a retrospective of SUPA’s research since its inception in 1972.
A team led by Syracuse University researcher Radhakrishna Sureshkumar has discovered a new and broadly applicable technique to engineer nanoscale templates.
The findings are said to have huge implications for reproductive biology.
The case backlog was up 23 percent since the end of FY 2008.
Andrew Forsyth G‘99, program officer with the National Institute of Mental Health, will present “Confessions of an NIH Science Officer,” at 8:30 a.m. Friday, March 12, at the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons in E.S. Bird Library.
“The Private Life of a Masterpiece,” highlighted a discovery by Rab Hatfield.
A team of scientists from the international Cryogenic Dark Matter Search experiment, which includes physicists from Syracuse University, has identified two events in a new analysis of experimental data that have characteristics consistent with particles that make up dark matter.
The question of how film and video bears witness to the historical trauma of the AIDS epidemic is the subject of a new book by assistant professor of English Roger Hallas.
Syracuse iSchool doctoral student granted access to U.S. research facility supporting Nobel Prize-winning scientists studying climate change
John D’Ignazio, Ph. D. student in the Syracuse University School of Information Studies (iSchool), was accepted into the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Graduate Visitor Program.
Jason Dedrick’s new study on the global wind energy industry hopes to provide factual research on policy issues such as clean energy jobs.
An interdisciplinary team of Syracuse University faculty and faculty from SUNY-Upstate Medical University was one of five higher education groups statewide to receive a grant from the Empire State Stem Cell Board.
NIH awards $3 million in grants to College of Arts and Sciences researchers for leukemia, nanobiotechnology projects
Faculty researchers from the departments of biology and physics in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences have been awarded $3 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health.
The Environmental Finance Center at Syracuse University (EFC-SU) has announced that it is providing technical assistance to New York State’s Environmental Facilities Corp. (NYSEFC) for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Pilot Technical Assistance Program.
Social media saturation, smarter search engine development, mobile devices and cell phone proliferation, IT energy consumption, and ease of IT adoption and use are among the topic areas that researchers from Syracuse University School of Information Studies will be exploring at the 2010 iConference: iMPACTS.
The Center for Emerging Technologies (CENT) and the Convergence Center merged to create the new Center for Convergence and Emerging Network Technologies (CCENT).
Faculty members in Maxwell’s Center for Policy Research explore hows and whys of American social policy
The 33 faculty members who comprise CPR may not have direct connections or overlaps in their study, but all target areas of U.S. social policy.
Two professors from the Maxwell School have been awarded a $278,881 grant from the New York State Health Foundation to identify small area variations in health care among the 10 Hospital Referral Regions (HRRs) within New York State.
The Center for Health and Behavior (CHB) announces its Spring 2010 Seminar Series.
The total number of federal criminal filings reached an all time high as a result of a flood of immigration prosecutions.
Efficient new wireless system developed by Syracuse University scientist can save 10 percent of bandwidth
A Syracuse University scientist has invented a new technology for handling wireless traffic that significantly reduces bandwidth use.
Novel agents shown to reduce growth of fungi by more than 80 percent.
An obscure phenomenon called stochastic resonance can improve the clarity of signals in systems such as radar, sonar and even radiography, used in medical clinics to detect signs of breast cancer.
In the spring semester, Syracuse University Library will unveil a dynamic new research and scholarly communication tool for faculty and SU researchers.
The Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) in Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) has announced its 2009-10 fellows.
The Center for Applied Identity Management Research (CAIMR) today announced that Syracuse University has joined the organization at the associate partner level.
Maffei announces $500,000 for SyracuseCoE projects to improve energy efficiency, indoor environments
U.S. Rep. Dan Maffei (NY-25) has announced that Syracuse Center of Excellence (SyracuseCoE) will receive $500,000 for research and development projects.
On Dec. 7, 2009 the Building Technologies Division of Siemens Industry, Inc., announced it has pledged $1.55 million to the Syracuse CoE as part of a multi-year strategic and collaborative partnership .
Syracuse iSchool prof Lee McKnight, key player in Summerhill Biomass, helps unveil solid biofuel system
The SEED Project is exploring wireless grids and biomass energy innovations for the creation of an urban greenhouse in the Syracuse community.
The Department of Physics has received almost $4.5 million in grants from the National Science Foundation through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Syracuse iSchool Professor Lee McKnight receives two-year $600,000 NSF grant for wireless grid project
A team of researchers at SU has been awarded, along with Virginia Tech, a National Science Foundation Partnership for Innovation two-year grant totaling $600,000 for the Wireless Grid Innovation Testbed.
SU Forensic Science Program receives major grant from U.S. Department of Justice to host national workshops on scientific advances
The forensic science program in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences recently received a $912,000 grant from the National Institute of Justice.
New antimicrobial webs developed by Syracuse University researchers sterilize medical implants for up to 14 days, reduce chance of infection
SU researchers have developed hydrogel mats that protection to surgical patients from infection.
Researchers at Syracuse University’s Center for Research on Collaboratories and Technology Enhanced Learning Communities partnered with the United Nations Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development to develop an online collaboration strategy.
A research paper by Syracuse University biologist Michael Cosgrove, assistant professor in The College of Arts and Sciences, was designated as the Paper of the Week in the Sept. 4 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry.