December 4, 2006
Chunlei Guo, assistant professor of optics, and his team have discovered a way to transform any metal into the ultimate true black by firing it with an intense burst of laser light.
A steering committee President Seligman assembled as issued its report on how Rochester works with its scientists and with the business community to commercialize research innovations.
Arunas and Pamela Chesonis have pledged $1.5 million to the Simon School over the next three years to establish Chesonis Entrepreneurial Scholarships for full-time M.B.A. students.
For the past six years, the annual "Gifts for the Giving" drive has raised gifts for families throughout the Rochester area.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest federation of scientists, has elected four professors from the University as fellows.
Seeing America offers a unique view of the Memorial Art Gallery holdings and of American culture from the colonial era to the present day.
From opera to organ, avant garde to classic, impressive guests and an exciting repertoire highlight Eastman's concert calendar.
Launched about a year ago, the program gives students a place to match up drivers and riders with the same destination.
Pianist Jeremy Siskind ’08E will appear on the nationally syndicated NPR program Piano Jazz.
The group works to expand the federal government’s investment in university-based research across a wide range of disciplines.
Around 650 students, faculty, and staff—some decked out in extravagant period costumes—gathered for the University’s longstanding holiday celebration.