Marcellus shale "incubator" could be in the works
- A water treatment firm could create a "Marcellus shale incubator" (via Youngstown Business Journal Daily).
- Cornell and Standford researchers are mapping the genomes of more than 1,000 grape varieties, to bolster disease resistance (via BBC).
- Editorial: The U of R and RIT's collaboration on a health information degree is "exciting" (via Democrat and Chronicle).
- U of R's dean of the Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Robert Clark, has become a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (via U of R's newsroom).
- The Marcellus shale gas boom is causing a shortage of affordable housing (via Star-Gazette).
- The U of R's COO will talk to veterans about small business and health care reform on January 26 (via Democrat and Chronicle).
- Blog: Should we be investing in research driven, four-year programs, or two-year technical colleges? (via Mandel on Innovation and Growth).
- The VC gap between New York and California is shrinking (Crains, via NYConvergence).
- In honor of MLK Day, transportation as a civil right (via The City Fix).