A new study published in Science predicts a 50 percent increase in lightning strikes across the United States during this century as a result of warming temperatures associated with climate change.
The School of Business is named host of a new research laboratory to develop digital forensic tools for protecting information after data breaches. Computer forensic leader The ARC Group of N.Y. donates software and services valued at more than $500,000 to support the critical endeavor, led by UAlbany Associate Professor Sanjay Goel.
Craving Facebook? UAlbany Study Finds Social Media to be Potentially Addictive, Associated with Substance Abuse
A recent University at Albany study has concluded that excessive use of online social networking can not only be addictive, but may also be associated with other impulse control disorders, including substance abuse.
UAlbany Gathers Leading RNA Science Innovators for 2nd Annual Symposium on RNA Science and its Applications
The RNA Institute partners with Sigma-Aldrich corporation to convene leading U.S. researchers in March 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.
UAlbany President Robert J. Jones Joins Universities Worldwide in Historic Effort to Fight Global Hunger
University at Albany President Robert J. Jones will join leaders from nearly 50 universities worldwide at the United Nations in New York City on Tuesday, Dec. 9, when he signs the Presidents’ Commitment to Food and Nutritional Security.