Stony Brook University Awarded $1 Million in Funding

Stony Brook University has been awarded $1 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy. This funding will be used to develop a Synchronized Low-Energy Electronically-Chopped Passive-InfraRed Sensor for Occupancy […]

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Chemistry Professor Named Research Ambassador

Ivan Korendovych, a chemistry professor in the College or Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University was selected for the prestigious research position of science ambassador for the German Academic Exchange Service. Korendovych will be responsible […]

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NYSCIO 2018

Registration is now open for the 17th edition of the New York State High Education CIO Conference, located this year at The Otesaga Resort and Hotel in historic Cooperstown. NYSCIO offers senior-level IT professionals a […]

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New Awards to Advance Science of Learning

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $8.2 million through the Science of Learning program in order to fund new projects that will advance the knowledge and comprehension of how individuals learn. The 2017 awards […]

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Prehistoric Animals and Anatomy

According to researchers at the University of Buffalo, a wolf-sized otter that lived 6 million years ago may have been a dominant predator. Assistant Professor Z. Jack Tseng led a research team that analyzed the […]

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New Threats to Security

Researchers at Stony Brook University and Georgia Tech are warning against a threat known as ‘combo-squatting.’  Combo-squatting occurs when extra words are added to a legitimate domain name, which then leads to a malicious website. […]

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CNY BEST Talent Award Winners

We are happy to announce that NYSERNet & SUNY SAIL Institute were awarded the 2017 CNY BEST Talent Awards for our collaboration on the CIO Leadership Academy! Read more at: www.nysernet.org/bestaward

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