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Consumers Value Difficult Decisions Over Easy Choices
Biometric Data, Algorithms To Unlock Key Information About Circadian Clock
To Meet Future Wireless Needs, Spectrum Sharing Policies Need an Upgrade
Physiological Test for Autism Proves Effective Independent of Co-occurring Conditions
Highly sensitive dopamine detector uses 2D materials
A Light Bright and Tiny: NIST Scientists Build a Better Nanoscale LED
New COVID-19 Model Reveals Need for Better Travel Restriction Implementation
Brain-NET, a Deep Learning Methodology, Accurately Predicts Surgeon Certification Scores Based on Neuroimaging Data
Collecting Hot Carriers: New Process Harvests Excited Quasiparticles
Highly sensitive dopamine detector uses 2D materials
Incorporating Solar Harvesting Into Side of Buildings Could Enhance Energy Sustainability
Consumer Behavior Has Shifted Significantly During Pandemic, Survey Reveals
New Algorithms Could Reduce Polarization Driven By Information Overload
NIH Grant Supports Development of AI Tools To Identify High-Risk COVID-19 Patients
Metal-Breathing Bacteria Could Transform Electronics, Biosensors, and More
In Cell Studies, Seaweed Extract Outperforms Remdesivir in Blocking COVID-19 Virus
Common FDA-Approved Drug May Effectively Neutralize Virus That Causes COVID-19
Fundamental Exploration Into Future Clean Energy Technologies Receives DOE Support
With State Support, Rensselaer Lab To Play Key Role in Integration of Solar Power
Protein Linked to Cancer Acts as a Viscous Glue in Cell Division
Consumers Prefer Round Numbers Even When Specific Number Is Better News
Surveys Reveal Significant Shifts in Consumer Behavior During Pandemic
NSF Grant Supports Search for Plastic Polymer That Can Be Broken Down and Reused
Designer Peptides Show Potential for Blocking Viruses, Encourage Future Study
$2.3 Million Grant Will Support Development of Virtual Operating Room Team Training
New System of Infrared Sensors Maintains Privacy While Keeping Patients Safe
Measuring a Tiny Quasiparticle Is a Major Step Forward for Semiconductor Technology
Researchers Seek Feedback on Ultraviolet Disinfection Technologies
Deep UV Light Disinfection Could Help Prevent Disease and Virus Spread
Egg-based coating preserves fresh produce
Simulations Indicate Heightened Risks When Pandemic and Hurricane Season Overlap
Digital Health in COVID-19 Pandemic
$2.66 Million Grant To Support New Risk Analysis System for Renewable Energy Market
Latest $2.5 Million Grant Accelerates Advances in Bioimaging at Rensselaer
Global Survey Underway to Help Ease Supply Chain Strain During COVID-19 Crisis
Unlocking Promising Properties to Create Future Technologies
Lally School of Management Receives Grant to Build New Financial Technologies Center
Environment-Friendly Compound Shows Promise for Solar Cell Use
Unique System for Using UVC Light to Sterilize Masks in Bulk Developed at Rensselaer
New Findings and Approaches Emerge from Remote Investigation
With NSF Support, Engineers Look for New Ways to Optimize PPE During Pandemic
Machine Learning Models Predict COVID-19 Impact in Smaller Cities
Data Visualization Tool Examines Community Factors Underlying COVID-19 Outcomes
Technique Offers Path for Biomanufacturing Medicines During Space Flights
Older Entrepreneurs as Successful as Their Younger Counterparts, Study Reveals
Mechanical Engineers Develop Tumor Model that More Closely Mimics Body
Artificial Intelligence Can Help Some Businesses But May Not Work For Others
Advanced “Super-Planckian” Material Exhibits LED-Like Light When Heated