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Science offers hope during dark times

Science offers hope during dark times

January 21, 2021

American science has not only remained solid through recent crises but also provided a path out of the darkness, Rochester astrophysicist Adam Frank writes for NBC News.

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Laser Lab scientist honored for fusion and plasma research

Laser Lab scientist honored for fusion and plasma research

January 14, 2021

Dustin Froula received the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award, one of the most respected awards given by the US Department of Energy, for his research.

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Biology professor emeritus remembered as researcher, mentor, and colleague

Biology professor emeritus remembered as researcher, mentor, and colleague

January 14, 2021

Stanley Hattman, who taught at the University for more than 25 years, was known for his molecular biology research, student mentorship, and jovial demeanor.

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A new era in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

A new era in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

January 4, 2021

If trends continue, “the search for intelligence in the universe may finally escape the giggle-factor,” writes University of Rochester astrophysicist Adam Frank in a Washington Post op-ed.

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Newly approved Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrives at Rochester

Newly approved Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrives at Rochester

December 15, 2020

Researchers and volunteers in Rochester have been involved in the testing of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine since May. The vaccine study can trace its roots back to decades of research conducted at Rochester.

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COVID-19 vaccine: What’s RNA research got to do with it?

COVID-19 vaccine: What’s RNA research got to do with it?

December 14, 2020

RNA research at the University of Rochester provides an important foundation for developing antiviral drugs, vaccines, and other therapeutics to disrupt the global spread of coronavirus.

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Rochester researchers uncover key clues about the solar system’s history

Rochester researchers uncover key clues about the solar system’s history

December 4, 2020

Researchers have used magnetism to determine, for the first time, when asteroids that are rich in water and amino acids first arrived in the inner solar system.

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Student team develops noninvasive endometriosis test

Student team develops noninvasive endometriosis test

November 17, 2020

The test, developed by Rochester undergraduate students in the biological sciences, would eliminate the need for surgery to diagnose the painful condition.

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Nobel Prize laureate remembered for groundbreaking research on neutrinos

Nobel Prize laureate remembered for groundbreaking research on neutrinos

November 13, 2020

Rochester graduate Masatoshi Koshiba ’55 (PhD), who died November 12, received the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physics for detecting and measuring subatomic particles known as neutrinos.

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University expands access to OMEGA EP laser with Energy Department’s LaserNetUS initiative

University expands access to OMEGA EP laser with Energy Department’s LaserNetUS initiative

October 28, 2020

The Department of Energy funding, distributed to the Laser Lab and other LaserNetUS institutions, will provide beamtime for researchers across the globe to conduct laser experiments using network facilities.

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