• 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.


    UAlbany Gathers Leading RNA Science Innovators for Sold Out 2nd Annual Symposium on RNA Science and its Applications

    The RNA Institute partners with the Sigma-Aldrich corporation to convene leading U.S. researchers for workshops and discussions on the latest innovations in genome editing and RNA simulation at the 2nd Annual RNA Symposium on RNA Science and its Applications, March 17-20. Five leading U.S. RNA scientists are keynote speakers.


    Coding Boot Camp Proves a Success at UAlbany

    The University at Albany recently hosted its Inaugural Software Carpentry Boot Camp, sponsored by the Informatics Department in the College of Computing and Information (CCI). A group of 25 UAlbany undergraduate and graduate students immersed themselves in the weekend boot camp to learn more about core computing skills.


    Exploring the Future of Health Data Analytics at Forefront of UAlbany President's Forum on Data

    The University at Albany will convene nationally recognized leaders for a series of conversations on the emerging frontier of health data analytics at the President's 2nd Annual Forum on Data from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 24 in the D'Ambra Auditorium, Life Sciences Research Building.

  • Digital Forensics

    Study: Property Crime Down - If You Don’t Count Cyber Crime, Identity Theft

    The U.S. crime rate continues to fall, according to the latest FBI’s release based on Uniform Crime Reporting from police departments. That’s because the federal report does not track online property crime, credit card fraud or identity theft, all of which are increasing, according to researchers at the University at Albany.



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