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March 03, 2020

Solving the Problem of Hydrogen

SUM article on hydrogenation research by CCNY bio-chemists Barbara Zajc and Mahesh Lakshman.
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February 28, 2020

As White House fixates on China threats, other research priorities languish

National Journal article quotes CCNY physicist Michael Lubell Democratic lawmakers condemned the Trump administration’s science budget for fiscal 2021, arguing that boosts to AI and quantum research won’t make up for steep cuts elsewhere. The White House’s budget proposal for science and technology research met with disapproval from Democrats on the House Science Committee Thursday, with lawmakers pressing President Trump’s top science coordinator on massive proposed cuts to a number of federal research projects. Kelvin Droegemeier, director of the White House’s Office of Science and
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February 13, 2020

NASA Soars and Others Plummet in Trump’s Budget Proposal

Scientific American article quotes City College physicist Michael Lubell.
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February 04, 2020

Trump’s War on the Poor Includes Our Children

Op-ed in The Nation by Rajan Menon, the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Professor of International Relations in The City College of New York's Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership.
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January 16, 2020

New York Accelerator Picks First Group of Cybersecurity Startups

The Wall Street Journal talks about CCNY Professor Rosario Gennaro's computer-science students, and how they spent years developing a technical tool to prevent the spread of so-called revenge porn.
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December 30, 2019

City College of New York Establishes $290 Million Foundation

Philanthropy News Digest report on CCNY's new foundation with $290 endowment.
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December 17, 2019

Physicist Michio Kaku on Whether the Earth Is Flat (Spoiler! It’s Not)

CCNY physicist Michio Kaku debunks flat Earthers in Dallas Observer feature.
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December 17, 2019

Robot-powered outfit is being fashioned to help seniors walk

CCNY mechanical engineer Hao Su leads development of lightweight exoskeleton to help seniors walk.
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