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Inside Rensselaer

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Javad Rafiee has developed a new method for storing hydrogen at room temperature.
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Morning-light-deprived teenagers are going to bed later and possibly underperforming on standardized tests.
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Researchers at Rensselaer have discovered a new method for predicting — with up to 99 percent accuracy — the fate of stem cells.
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Amy Pettengill has been appointed to serve as the inaugural Class Dean for the Rensselaer Class of 2013.

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EMPAC presents a major group exhibition in which artists explore the condition of weightlessness on Earth.
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Melissa Holstein has won the 2009 W.H. Peterson Award for best poster presentation in the American Chemical Society’s biochemical technology division.
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In celebration of National Engineers Week, the School of Engineering at Rensselaer hosted its annual Exploring Engineering Day event on Feb. 20.
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There is a definite shift in culture as students and others are becoming more health-conscious and green consumers.
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Researchers at Rensselaer are using math to develop a new computer model that will provide clues to the most basic dynamics of the sleep-wake cycle.

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Asthmatic Spaces: New York brings students and faculty together to understand how asthma is produced, experienced, and cared for.
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The 33rd annual Big Red Freakout, a raucous ice hockey tradition, was held on Feb. 20.
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On Feb. 8, the Lally School welcomed General Peter Pace, USMC (Ret.), as a Distinguished Visiting Scholar.
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About 250 civil engineering students will converge on campus for the 2010 regional conference of the ASCE Upstate New York student chapters.
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Recent promotions and appointments in SCER, Information Technology Infrastructure, the Rensselaer Libraries, and Athletics are announced.
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Rensselaer’s ISP will offer a new energy systems concentration for the M.S. in engineering science degree.
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Area students and their families visited Rensselaer to participate in the 12th annual Black Family Technology Awareness Day.
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Anyone interested in participating can register beginning in the middle of March.
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Inside Rensselaer is published by the Division of Strategic Communications and External Relations (SC&ER).
Web design and production by SC&ER Web Communications. Podcast by Colleen Carey, Web Producer.
Distribution is biweekly during the academic year; monthly during the summer.
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Inside Rensselaer
Volume 4, Number 4, March 5, 2010
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