November 20, 2013
Membrane may shrink ‘lab-on-a-chip’ power source
A super-thin silicon membrane developed in the lab of James McGrath, associate professor of biomedical engineering, could lead to "lab-on-a-chip" diagnostic devices the size of credit cards, researchers say. The image shows a microfluidic bioreactor consisting of two chambers separated by the membrane, which mimics biological barrier properties. Read more about the research at www.rochester.edu/news.
The Meliora Challenge is the largest comprehensive fundraising campaign in the University’s history.
Robert Clark, dean of the Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, says the new fellowship reflects a “creative collaboration of the arts, humanities, and computer science that will yield a new generation of innovators.”
The University will continue to offer the current four health care plans and two dental plans to employees.
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On Nov. 3, the University community paid tribute to the life and work of Douglas Lowry,
The commitment will include the creation of an Institute for Data Science, construction of a state-of-the art building to house it, and as many as 20 new faculty members with expertise in the field.
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Board of Managers President Jim Durfee will lead a search committee charged with identifying a successor.
These new services, geared toward enhancing student life on campus, augment the financial resources veterans receive through the Rochester Pledge Scholarship.
Fischer becomes chief of a 134-member force, which now includes 27 newly active sworn peace officers and another group of 25 currently in training.
Scott Catlin, who joined the University as associate vice president for innovation and technology commercialization in April, talks about the recent changes and the office’s goals.