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Multidisciplinary masters program that aligns imaging fundamentals from engineering with radiological applications observed in an immersive clinical environment.

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The undergraduate programs in electrical and computer engineering at the University of Rochester offer a robust learning environment.


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New microcomb device advances photonic technology

A new tool for generating microwave signals could help propel advances in wireless communication, imaging, atomic clocks, and more.

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