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Peter Iglinski

Peter Iglinski is the press officer for science and public media. He covers biology, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, mathematics, and earth & environmental sciences.

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‘High risk’ project uses quantum science to unlock new chemical reactions

‘High risk’ project uses quantum science to unlock new chemical reactions

October 7, 2021

Rochester scientists have secured national funding for a multi-institutional research effort that could alter the basic rules of chemistry.

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Harl Tolbert to lead URVentures

Harl Tolbert to lead URVentures

September 7, 2021

As the associate vice president for URVentures, Harl Tolbert wants to build effective bridges between University of Rochester researchers and commercial partners.

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Jeffrey McCune Jr. returns to Rochester to lead Frederick Douglass Institute

Jeffrey McCune Jr. returns to Rochester to lead Frederick Douglass Institute

September 3, 2021

The accomplished scholar discusses the importance of Black studies as well as his plans to expand the scope of the institute at the University of Rochester and in communities beyond campus.

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Rochester researchers join national initiative to advance quantum science

Rochester researchers join national initiative to advance quantum science

July 30, 2021

Rochester researchers led by Todd Krauss, a professor of chemistry, are joining a major US Department of Energy-funded initiative to advance quantum science and technology.

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Why the pandemic economy’s higher inflation rate is ‘a short-term blip’

Why the pandemic economy’s higher inflation rate is ‘a short-term blip’

July 16, 2021

Rochester economist Narayana Kocherlakota says a return to 1970s levels of inflation is unlikely—but offers a cautionary note.

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Simon MBA follows his principles as a leader who benefits society

Simon MBA follows his principles as a leader who benefits society

May 12, 2021

MBA candidate Keenan Heyward says Rochester’s business school helped hone his ideas about professional and community leadership.

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Thanks to persistence and tough love, a first-generation student earns his doctorate in education

Thanks to persistence and tough love, a first-generation student earns his doctorate in education

May 6, 2021

Miguel Baique says his Warner School experience moves him closer to his goal of being a chief diversity officer.

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Rochester’s latest CAREER award recipients pursue wide range of projects

Rochester’s latest CAREER award recipients pursue wide range of projects

May 5, 2021

This year, five University of Rochester researchers have received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for early-career faculty.

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University affiliate NextCorps receives federal grant to help create software companies

University affiliate NextCorps receives federal grant to help create software companies

April 16, 2021

The SPRINT Challenge award will benefit students at the University of Rochester and RIT, as NextCorps plans to offer internships with the new software startups.

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Will Biden’s immigration plan encourage illegal immigration?

Will Biden’s immigration plan encourage illegal immigration?

March 9, 2021

By enabling undocumented workers to travel freely between the US and their home countries, it may actually enable them to return home, writes Daniel Reichman.

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