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High-tech toilet seat monitors your heart as you sit

Engineers at RIT have designed a high-tech toilet seat that effortlessly flushes out data on the state of your cardiovascular system.
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Open Science Isn’t Always Open to All Scientists
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Data drought from government shutdown left industry leaders ‘essentially blind’

The Associated Press
Change your screen habits from time-wasting to money-saving
Mike Johansson, CLA, quoted

Native American communities are fighting to preserve endangered languages
Robbie Jimerson, GCCIS doctoral student, featured

How open offices prohibit productivity and social interaction
Shal Khazanchi, SCB, quoted

Rochester Business Journal
RIT institute doing its part to make industry more sustainable

RIT professor will be part of NASA team for SPHEREx

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