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Solar-powered autonomous underwater vehicle (SAUV)
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Preserving and Restoring Our Most Treasured Resource: Water
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* At Rensselaer, researchers continue to make significant contributions to the discovery, management, and sustainability of the world’s water bodies and the delicate ecosystems contained in them, from discovering rare microorganisms in the hot springs in the Philippines to monitoring pollution levels in America’s most treasured lakes and rivers. Read more
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Rensselaer Nuclear-Energy Pioneer Richard T. Lahey Jr. Receives Two Major Honors

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Richard T. Lahey Jr., who is now exploring sonofusion, a new form of nuclear fusion, has been awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Senior Scientist Fellowship, one of the most prestigious honors given to senior researchers around the world.  Read more
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Processed Si wafer *
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Designing for New Dimensions

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“Moore’s Law” remains a cornerstone of the semiconductor industry, but researchers at Rensselaer say that foundation will soon crumble unless manufacturers make some radical changes — in a new dimension.  Read more


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* Researcher Profile
Andrea Page-McCaw, assistant professor in developmental genetics and molecular biology.  Profile
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