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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.