The graduate computer science student just wrote a successful research proposal to Google, winning the financial support of the internet-technology giant in the highly selective Google Summer of Code 2017 competition.
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With the support of a grant from the National Science Foundation, two WSU graduate students helped transform an innovative, WSU-developed software tool, Twitris, into a Dayton start-up company - Cognovi Labs.
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Dayton Daily News reports that coal-dependent Ohio faces big changes under federal rules requiring a large cut in the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by power plants. Seniors enrolled in our Renewable and Clean Energy Program work to test a solar-thermal system designed for potential use heating space and water in downtown Dayton.
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