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Pushing the limits of light with nanotechnology | Research Insider

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What do fireflies, nanorods and Christmas lights have in common? Someday, consumers may be able to purchase multicolor strings of light that don't need electricity or batteries to glow. Mathew Maye, assistant professor of chemistry, and a team of scientists in Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences found a new way to harness the natural light produced by fireflies (called bioluminescence) using nanoscience.

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What do fireflies, nanorods and Christmas lights have in common? Someday, consumers may be able to purchase multicolor strings of light that don't need electricity or batteries to glow. Mathew Maye, assistant professor of chemistry, and a team of scientists in Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences found a new way to harness the natural light produced by fireflies (called bioluminescence) using nanoscience.

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Inauguration of Chancellor Kent Syverud Play

On Friday, April 11, Kent Syverud was inaugurated as Syracuse University's 12th Chancellor and President. This important moment in the University's 144-year history included a series of campus ceremonies, events, and celebrations to bring the University community together and mark Chancellor Syverud's formal installation. The day's events began with an inaugural run across campus and concluded with a campus community celebration on the Shaw Quad. The inauguration included reflections by U.S. Supreme Court Justice (retired) Sandra Day O'Connor, for whom Chancellor Syverud served as law clerk in 1984.
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