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Mapping the optimal route between two quantum states

Mapping the optimal route between two quantum states

July 30, 2014

As a quantum state collapses, it will follow a path known as a quantum trajectory. In a new paper featured this week on the cover of Nature, scientists have shown that it is possible to track these quantum trajectories and compare them to a theory, recently developed by University of Rochester physicists, for predicting the most likely path a system will take.

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New mouse model may open autism treatment research avenues

New mouse model may open autism treatment research avenues

July 29, 2014

Nina Schor’s research shows mice lacking the brain receptor p75NTR have cerebellums resemble those of children with autism, and behave much like children with autism as well. Schor’s next step is to determine whether children with autism show similar cerebellump75NTR deficits.

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Superbugs May Have a Soft Spot

Superbugs May Have a Soft Spot

February 28, 2013

Researchers have identified a weakness in at least one antibiotic-resistant superbug that scientists may be able to medically exploit.

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The Day of the Arts

The Day of the Arts

February 8, 2013

The two-day series of events combines dance, music, theatre, art, and culture to bring awareness to the many artistic disciplines housed across the University.

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Tweets Predict Lifestyle Influence on Health

Tweets Predict Lifestyle Influence on Health

February 8, 2013

At the heart of their work is how they are training an algorithm to distinguish between tweets that suggest the person tweeting is sick and those that don’t.

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Events Explore Susan B. Anthony’s Life and Legacy

Events Explore Susan B. Anthony’s Life and Legacy

February 7, 2013

It may be difficult for many people to see Susan B. Anthony, who was often photographed looking dignified and austere, as the controversial figure that she was.

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Online Learning Initiatives Leader Named

Online Learning Initiatives Leader Named

February 5, 2013

In this new position, Eric Fredericksen will recruit and lead teams that will support faculty in the curriculum development and instructional design of online courses.

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It’s 1969 All Over Again – at Kodak Hall

It’s 1969 All Over Again – at Kodak Hall

February 5, 2013

1969, a multimedia work showing connections among the music, politics, and culture of a turbulent decade, is the latest venture by Alarm Will Sound.

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Audio Engineering Degree Debuts

Audio Engineering Degree Debuts

February 4, 2013

The New York State Department of Education has recently certified the University’s new undergraduate audio and music engineering major, which is being offered to students for the first time this academic year.

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