Archives - Julia Sklar

5K challenge funds fall short of smoothie bar

New smoothie options at Connections will be available for student patronage shortly after spring break, but this remains distinct from…

Data Science gets additional $50 million

[caption id="attachment_83062" align="alignleft" width="300"] Courtesy of UR Board of Trustees[/caption] In a strategic move to keep pace with the burgeoning…

New computer program redefines interview preparation

[caption id="attachment_75922" align="alignleft" width="260"] Courtesy of Mohammed Hoque, et. al[/caption] There has been a recent surge in scientific research aimed…

GlobeMed art gala opens in style

GlobeMed's art gala opening was a rousing success, despite a poor choice of venues

UR researchers find new uses for stem cell therapies in disease treatment

Researchers at the UR Medical Center are using stem cells to address dysfunctional unmyelinated neurons that occur in people with diseases such as Cerebral Palsy.

Second season of ‘New Girl’ explores fresh possibilities of characterization

Fox's "New Girl" returned to screens on Tuesday night and, unlike other premieres that have been falling flat, wowed viewers with humor as well as in-depth characterization

URMC treats, researches record 19 bacterial tattoo infections

Scientists at URMC had a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine about a record number of tattoo infections caused by bacteria.

CT Recommends: Joywave

CT Recommends: Joywave, a local band with big potential.

CT revamped: Out with the old and in with the new

An exclusive inside look at the process behind the entirely new redesign of the Campus Times, launched in our print version on Thursday, Sept. 6.

Computing at the speed of sound: UR’s new supercomputer

UR's new Blue Gene/Q supercomputer can perform 209 trillion calculations per second and will be used to further research in a wide-array of disciplines. UR is the first University nationwide to acquire one.