RESEARCH NEWS

  • GENERAL RESEARCH

    University Awards 14 Research Projects Driving Innovation

    Fourteen research projects directed by University at Albany faculty, whose expertise encompasses a wide range of academic disciplines, are awarded the first grants of the University’s Presidential Initiatives Fund for Research and Scholarship to support new and innovative research that may lead to large-scale investigator awards.

  • DATA ANALYTICS

    Four Cities & UAlbany Kick Off Effort to Combat Urban Blight with NY Department of State Local Government Efficiency Grant

    The cities of Schenectady, Troy, Amsterdam and Gloversville, plus UAlbany’s Center for Technology in Government, kick off a pilot program to allow critical information sharing of data so communities can take proactive steps to combat urban blight. The effort is funded by a $558,000 grant from New York's Department of State.

  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

    UAlbany Study Explains Global Warming 'Hiatus' Since 2000

    A new UAlbany study published in the April 13, 2015, issue of Nature Climate Change, links the Inter-decadal Pacific Oscillation (IPO) with essentially all the difference between observed and model-simulated global warming rates on decadal time scales since 1920, and in particular the warming hiatus since year 2000.

  • LIFE SCIENCES

    UAlbany, American Cancer Society Host Capital Region Cancer Research Forum

    The American Cancer Society, the largest non-government, not-for-profit funding source of cancer research in the United States, is partnering with the University at Albany to host a Capital Region Research Reception on Monday, April 27, 2015 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.

  • GENERAL RESEARCH

    UAlbany-led Study Finds Vibration Theory of Odor Perception Implausible

    An international team of scientists led by UAlbany Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Eric Block, have demonstrated that the vibrational theory of olfaction, one of the two major theories explaining how the sense of smell functions, is not plausible.

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