May 6, 2013
Three senior design teams from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering will be attending the American Society of Mechanical Engineering 2013 Summer Bioengineering Conference on June 26-29, in Sunriver, Ore.
One of the teams, which designed an active ankle-foot orthotic, is one of six finalists in the Undergraduate Design Project Competition in...
May 2, 2013
Skilled workers will be needed as more companies look to the Rochester area to establish semiconductor and microelectronics industries, two high growth-potential industries in New York state and the U.S.
Rochester Institute of Technology will showcase how it is providing some of the employees-of-the-future for these industries through its microelectronics, electrical and...
Apr 26, 2013
Some of today's groundbreaking technologies are being developed for use in the sky.
When the radio-controlled aircraft designed by five engineering students takes flight over RIT at this year's Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival, it will be equipped with some of the latest technology to collect aerial images and relay information...
Apr 25, 2013
The Rochester Engineering Society recognized Santosh Kurinec and Maureen Valentine as 2012 Rochester Engineers of Distinction at the Rochester Engineering Society's Annual Gala, held on April 20. It was the society's 111th presentation of this event.
Kurinec is a professor of electrical and microelectronic engineering and microsystems engineering, and Valentine is an...
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Apr 11, 2013
The latest in archiving technology for preserving ancient manuscripts and 21st century data had its debut on the moon.
Forty years after Apollo 11 used a silicon wafer to preserve congratulatory messages to the U.S. from around the world, the concept has re-entered the technology atmosphere, and is being used as...