RESEARCH NEWS

  • LIFE SCIENCES

    RNA Institute Researchers Develop Enhanced View of RNA to Treat Disease at its Origins

    A research agreement with one of the world’s leading medical technology companies is funding researchers at UAlbany's The RNA Institute for the development of technology that identifies cells containing specific RNAs — a potentially vital new process for combatting disease.

  • computer science

    UAlbany Uses 3D Technology to Create Prosthetic Hands for Children

    When sophomore computer science major Elliott Weintraub heard from Department of Informatics lecturer Jonathan Muckell about the opportunity to build a 3D prosthetic hand for a child, he jumped at the chance. The department began the project in the fall semester and accelerated it to complete hands for four children by the holidays.

  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

    NASA's Search for Life Beyond Earth Focus of UAlbany Presentation

    UAlbany Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus John Delano will inaugurate a new campus lecture series presented by UAlbany Libraries on NASA's search for Life Beyond Earth. The event will be held in the Standish Board Room in the Science Library on Wednesday, March 11 from 12:35 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

  • LIFE SCIENCES

    University at Albany Hogarty Lecture to Feature Renowned Cancer Researcher Susan Cole March 26

    Renowned cancer researcher Susan P.C. Cole, Ph.D., will deliver the 6th Annual Hogarty Lecture on “Improving Cancer Treatment: Understanding the Role of Drug Resistance,” at the University at Albany’s Cancer Research Center on Thursday, March 26, at 6 p.m.

  • Science Education

    UAlbany Symposium Showcases High School Science Student Research Statewide

    More than 600 science research students and teachers from 42 NYS schools convene at the 30th Annual Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on March 12 and 13 at the University. The event is among the most prestigious fora in Upstate New York for students presenting original research in a symposium-style format.

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