UAlbany Researchers in the News


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    Satellite Data Could Improve Air Quality Index

    Combining air quality data from NASA satellites with data from the Environmental Protection Agency’s AirNow service can deliver a number of potential community-level and economic benefits, according to a study from the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany.

  • Researchers Gather at UAlbany to Discuss Extreme Weather

    People from all over New York State gathered at UAlbany on Monday April 14th to hear and discuss how to protect local communities from severe weather.

    News Channel 13, WNYT


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    UAlbany researchers develop new method for gunshot residue analysis

    Researchers Igor Lednev and Justin Bueno at the University at Albany report developing a fast, accurate method for crime scene investigators to detect and recover gunshot residue from a crime scene or suspect.

    In the Wall Street Journal


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    Study: Nearly half of black men arrested by age 23

    Nearly 50 percent of black men and 40 percent of white men are arrested at least once on non-traffic-related crimes by the time they turn 23, according to a new study coauthored by Criminal Justice professor Shawn Bushway.

    In the Wall Street Journal.


  • UAlbany Receives NSF Grant to Establish Bridge to Doctorate Program for Underrepresented Populations in the STEM Fields

    Building Bridges to STEM

    New program at UAlbany will encourage students from underrepresented populations to pursue graduate studies in science, technology, engineering, and math fields.

    In the Glens Falls Post-Star


  • Quest to Solve Breast Cancer

    Research by Douglas Conklin and his team at the University at Albany Cancer Research Center have earned a patent for identifying a gene as a possible target for breast cancer drugs.
     

    In the Albany Times-Union


  • UAlbany Researcher on Cutting Edge

    Lednev making finds in forensics, biomedicine and now has new tool to help
     
    A photo gallery from the Albany Times Union

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Schenectady, after Hurricane Irene

Protecting Upstate NY from Severe Weather Events to be Explored at UAlbany/Rockefeller Institute Forum, April 14

A forum "Facing the Storm: Preparing for Increased Extreme Weather in Upstate New York" is held at UAlbany on April 14, designed to leverage UAlbany's atmospheric science research on the prospects for upstate severe weather and to provide a platform for the emergency response community on how to better prepare for meteorological events.

Children in Kenya

Treating Childhood Cancer in Africa Focus of 5th Annual Hogarty Lecture, April 8

SUNY Upstate Vice President for Research Rosemary Rochford Ph.D. will deliver the 5th Annual Hogarty Lecture at the University at Albany's Cancer Research Center on Tuesday, April 8.

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Climate Change Research at UAlbany Produces Weather Summer Camp for Capital District High School Students

Justin Minder, assistant professor in the University at Albany’s Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences (DAES), will bring students from several area urban high schools to campus starting in 2015 for a new summer weather and climate change day camp.