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Sanjoy Banerjee, Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at CCNY, holds the Green Chemistry Challenge Academic Award presented to him by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Battery breakthrough earns Sanjoy Banerjee EPA green chemistry award

At the helm of The City College of New York’s pioneering research in the field, Sanjoy Banerjee, Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering in the  Grove School of Engineering and Director of the CCNY-based CUNY Energy Institute, is the recipient of the U.S. Read More »
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NSF invites Grove School to develop extreme weather response

As the massive threat to coastal areas from extreme weather events increases, the National Science Foundation is reaching out to select institutions to pool resources in response. The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering is one institution invited by the NSF to brainstorm for a CCNY-based center on Smart Engineering Systems for Resilient Coastlines (SERC). Read More »
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Engineering Dean Gilda Barabino earns Crain’s tech honor

Three months after her election to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Gilda A. Barabino, dean of The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, has another major honor: inclusion in Crain’s inaugural Notable Women in Tech list. Read More »
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CCNY concrete canoe club’s “Ringgold” a solid third

Going back more than two decades now, student engineers from The City College of New York have proven adept at helping debunk the common belief that concrete always sinks in water. CCNY’s third place overall finish at the 2019 Concrete Canoe Metropolitan regional competition at Cook's Pond in Denville, New Jersey, is another testimony. Debuting “Ringgold,” the latest concrete canoe to roll off the Grove School of Engineering assembly line, the CCNY team competed against 10 institutions. New York University took first place. Read More »
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Grove School juniors win top NYS engineering scholarship

Two juniors in The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering are co-winners of this year’s American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC) scholarship for excellence. Darren Lin and Reaz Rahman will receive $7,500 each for their studies.  Read More »
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Grove School-Kyutech collaboration seeks to improve Internet

The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering and Japan’s Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) are working together on a unique project to make the future Internet more secure and resilient. Read More »
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Cancer recurrence study earns CCNY’s David Rumschitzki Fulbright award

Why some cancers reappear years after chemotherapy or surgery remains a medical mystery that researchers like The City College of New York’s David S. Rumschitzki are trying to unravel. In a boost to his work, the chemical engineering professor in CCNY’s Grove School of Engineering is the recipient of a 2019-2020 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant for his proposal “Theory & experiment for breast cancer dormancy & recurrence.” Read More »
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CCNY’s STEM Institute receives $1M boost from Council Member Rodriguez with support from Mayor’s Office

Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, with the support of Mayor Bill de Blasio and Speaker Corey Johnson, secured a $1 million grant to fund The City College of New York’s STEM Institute’s partnership with Northern Manhattan. Read More »
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Student-designed “Manganese Prime” qualifies for AIChE Chem-E-Car finals

Continuing the fine tradition of its predecessors, “Manganese Prime,” the latest chemically-powered shoebox sized-vehicle designed by City College of New York engineering students, is headed to AIChE's Chem-E-Car Competition® in Orlando, Florida, this fall. It placed fourth out of 22 entries at the AIChE Mid-Atlantic regionals at Penn State University to earn CCNY a seventh-consecutive trip to the finals against foreign and domestic competitors. Read More »
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CCNY researchers project climate change in the Big Apple

New Yorkers can brace for rising temperatures, increasing precipitation and rapidly rising sea levels in the years to come. That’s the finding by City College of New York experts in a study presented to the Mayor’s Office of Recovery & Resiliency for planning and investment purposes. CCNY’s contribution to the New York City Panel on Climate Change (NPCC) 2019 report is based on nearly four years of research. Read More »

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