UAlbany Freshman Presents Alzheimer's Research in Hong Kong
It's not every freshman who has been recognized as a U.S. delegate at an international science symposium before setting foot on the University at Albany campus.
Researchers of William Kennedy, Vincent Schaefer and Capital Punishment to Benefit from Federal Library Grant
Future researchers will have greater access to the papers of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist William Kennedy, atmospheric research scientist Vincent Schaefer, and renowned death penalty historian M. Watt Espy, thanks to a federal grant to the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives at the UAlbany Libraries.
Spying the Eyes of Hurricanes
To understand the mysteries of hurricane formation, UAlbany faculty and students are flying into the eye of storms. They are looking for clues that may help scientists provide more advance warning of hurricanes.
Cancer Research Center: A Destination for Aspiring Student Researchers
For a select group of undergraduates each summer, UAlbany's Cancer Research Center provides a unique opportunity to work side-by-side with some of the leading cancer researchers in the field. The Center hosts students from schools such as Notre Dame, the University of Connecticut and Queen's University in Ontario.