You probably know that composite materials are used in bicycles, tennis rackets, hockey sticks and boats, but three University of Rhode Island graduate engineering students showed 40 government, research and industry leaders last week that they could be a remedy for Rhode Island’s and the nation’s deteriorating bridges.
The University of Rhode Island has named Peter J. Snyder, a distinguished professor and neuroscience researcher, prominent health systems manager and member of the University’s Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program, to the position of vice president for Research and Economic Development and professor of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Science.
Water quality problems, from contaminants to aging infrastructure, plague many communities today.
University of Rhode Island officials and contractors celebrated the installation of the final piece of structural steel at the University’s new $150 million College of Engineering complex today during a topping out celebration.
Nearly 400 people gathered at the University of Rhode Island on Jan. 18 for the second annual Rhode Island Food Summit to network with those who work in the local food system and to hear from local experts, discuss partnership opportunities, learn about funding sources, and celebrate and support the development of the local food […]