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In what could be called Mr. Porcelli's Opus, compositions of an Italian immigrant who lived in the Rochester area will be performed for the first time at Rochester Institute of Technology. The RIT Concert Band, conducted by Dean Davis, will present "From Italy to America, The Italian Diaspora," at 7 p.m. March...
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Steven Van Slyke, a Rochester Institute of Technology alumnus, has been inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for co-inventing the organic light-emitting diode, or OLED. Digital display screens-from smartphones and smart watches to computers, high definition and ultra-high-definition televisions-use the flexible light-emitting technology for improved image quality, power efficiency and...
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Elise Walsh is a fourth-year biotechnology and molecular bioscience student from North Tonawanda, N.Y. Walsh is a highly active student who is involved with many activities outside of her classes. She has been an active member of the RIT Pep Band since 2014 as a glockenspiel player. She is also the...
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An online journal published by RIT Press and focused on scholarship exploring the music of Haydn has been recognized for innovation in journal publishing in the humanities and social sciences. HAYDN: The Online Journal of the Haydn Society of North America won a PROSE Award from the Association of American Publishers. HAYDN,...
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A 2017 graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology's Venture Creations technology business incubator is the recipient of a major investment from Empire State Development. Token, an identity technology start-up founded by RIT alumni Melanie and Steve Shapiro, will receive up to $1.75 million through the New York State Innovation Venture Capital Fund. Token...
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Voting is now open for the 2018 Imagine RIT poster contest. An online gallery of this year's submissions is available at rit.edu/imagine/posters/2018. Vote for your top three favorite designs by Wednesday, Feb. 21. The most popular posters will be sent to RIT President David Munson, who will select the winner. The winning...
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A new simulation of supermassive black holes-the behemoths at the centers of galaxies-uses a realistic scenario to predict the light signals emitted in the surrounding gas before the masses collide, said Rochester Institute of Technology researchers. The RIT-led study represents the first step toward predicting the approaching merger of supermassive black holes...
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