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Oct 12, 2017

Rochester is making an impact in photonics manufacturing, and RIT is playing a central role as a key partner in AIM Photonics, a national manufacturing initiative expected to stimulate economic development and global competitiveness.

Photonics is an intricate science about harnessing the power of light. RIT's numerous experts are contributing to photonic...
Oct 11, 2017

Even before racecar drivers head onto the track, they have lapped significant miles through simulation programs to prepare for every demanding curve and straight-away. Building those program systems is RIT alumnus Ryan Baldi. He has taken his experiences in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and as part of the RIT...
Oct 11, 2017

WE@RIT, a program dedicated to expanding the representation of female engineers, will celebrate 15 years on campus from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Gordon Atrium in Gleason Hall.

The event, "WE@RIT: Solving the Gender Gap in Engineering since 2002," is a part of Brick City Homecoming &...
Oct 9, 2017

Research being done at Rochester Institute of Technology to refine lab-on-chip devices-highly sophisticated laboratories on microchips-will provide more detailed and timely information to detect diseases such as cancer.

Blanca Lapizco-Encinas, a faculty-researcher in RIT's Kate Gleason College of Engineering, is improving the process of separating biological cells and biomolecules using chromatography principles,...
Oct 5, 2017

Unlike most RIT students, Paul Kayser '93 (mechanical engineering) first set foot on RIT's campus not as a prospective student or freshman, but as a toddler in 1973. That was the year his father accepted a position as a photography professor, laying the foundation for Kayser's RIT connections to grow for...
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