Scientists are getting closer in race to find gravitational wave background and dark matter
Space.com features work by Sukanya Chakrabarti, associate professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy.
We’re ‘Maybe Five-ish’ Years Away From Princess Leia Holograms
Debugger talks to Ricardo Figueroa, interim co-director of the School of Film and Animation, about the technical limitations to the Princess Leia hologram.
5 careers that command over $100,000 per year — and don’t require you to go to med school
Mic mentions the School of Interactive Games and Media, highlighting the game design and development program.
Connections: Is Rochester becoming a hub for the field of textual science?
WXXI’s “Connections” program features Roger Easton, professor in the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science; Lisa Enochs, second-year student double majoring in motion picture science and imaging science; and Zoë LaLena, second-year imaging science student.
Americans increase waste by 25% during the holidays as more stay at home, shop online
WROC-TV talks to Charles Ruffing, director of the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute, about reusing items and reducing waste before turning to recycling.
BOCES and RIT collaboration gives students new musical experience
The Niagara Gazette talks to Sofía Quinones, an electrical engineering BS/MS student, about a senior design project to make an adaptive drum kit.
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Inside the C.I.A., She Became a Spy for Planet Earth
The New York Times talks to Jeff Harris ’75 (photographic science and instrumentation), chair-elect, RIT Board of Trustees, about Linda Zall and her career with the CIA.
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