Technology

SBU and BNL score, on collision course with awesome

By GREGORY ZELLER // A Long Island research team has earned a rare U.S. Department of Energy honor – and helped usher scientists toward startling new discovering about the universe’s true form and function. Late last year, scientists from Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory completed the U.S. ATLAS Phase I Detector Upgrade, a $44 million electronics-systems renovation designed to improve functionality – including dramatically increased data-collection rates – for scientists working on the…

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It’s lights, cameras, innovation for IPS

By GREGORY ZELLER // Overture, curtains, lights: This is it for IPS – a bona fide Hollywood closeup – and, oh, what heights they’ll hit. And the best part is, Intelligent Product Solutions will hit them from ground level, thanks to the Juicer App – an IPS-designed digital tool that allows lighting technicians on motion picture and television sound stages and location shoots to adjust set lighting remotely. For chief lighting technicians – you may…


Suffolk: Something co-working at Wyandanch Rising

By GREGORY ZELLER // The retail side of the Wyandanch Rising redevelopment project isn’t ascending as quickly as the residential side – but the imbalance has created a unique workforce-development opportunity, and Suffolk County is looking to pounce. The county on Friday applied to the Long Island Regional Economic Development Council for funding to open a technology-focused co-working operation in the Town of Babylon’s ambitious Wyandanch redevelopment project, a smart growth-fueled, mixed-use remaking of 142…