Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials
A team of researchers has developed a new type of biochip that emulates the metabolism of a human liver.
Material design and advanced manufacturing expert Johnson Samuel has won a CAREER award from the NSF.
Advanced manufacturing expert Daniel Walczyk has been named director of the Center for Automation Technologies and Systems (CATS) at Rensselaer.
Didn’t it seem like there were a ton of IPOs in 2013? That’s because there was. More than 200 companies went public last year, including big names like Twitter, Potbelly, and Hilton, making 2013 the hottest year for IPOs since 2000.
But the real question you have to ask yourself is, why? Why did we see a rash of public offerings in the face of a lagging economic recovery and a flood of uncertainty gushing out of Washington?......
Metals and nanomechanics expert Ying Chen has won a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award from the NSF.
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