UAlbany Hosts Second International Spectroscopy Conference
The University at Albany is convening some of the leading scientists in the world for the Second International Conference on Vibrational Optical Activity (VOA-2) and Bio-Medical Applications of Raman Spectroscopy (BMARS), Aug. 5-7.
University Police Department Holds Annual Active Shooter Training
The mass shooting at Virginia Tech that left 32 people dead three years ago highlighted the importance of training campus safety officers to effectively respond to and manage major critical events within the community.
UAlbany Researcher Identifies Novel Method to Improve Crime Scene Investigations
University at Albany associate professor of chemistry Igor Lednev has developed a novel, easy-to-use approach for crime scene investigators (CSIs) to identify body fluids at crime scenes. Utilizing Raman spectroscopy, Lednev's approach will allow investigators to quickly make on-field, confirmatory identifications of body fluids.
Thomas Gais Named Director of UAlbany’s Rockefeller Institute of Government
Thomas L. Gais has been named director of the University at Albany's Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government.