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Looking back at Japanese American internment
Joanne Bernardi organized a photo exhibition and lecture focusing on the Japanese-American experience during World War II.
100 years of optics
The Optical Society of America held their 100th annual meeting in Rochester, featuring research by Thomas Brown, Miguel Alonso, David Williams, and other University faculty.
A faster path to catalysts
In collaboration with Pfizer and several Rochester chemists, Daniel Weix worked to develop a process for identifying new catalysts to help synthesize drugs more efficiently and cheaply.
New grant to help the youngest victims of trauma
Sheree Toth and the Mt. Hope Family Center received a $1.98 million five-year grant to provide trauma treatment services for children and families exposed to a wide array of stress and trauma, and to promote policies for trauma care.
AS&E research funding in FY2015.
in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences