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Sensors in trees to gauge climate change

UAlbany Climatologist Leads Project Developing a New Gauge of Climate Change

Andrei Lapenas is principal investigator on a National Science Foundation-sponsored project that converts a sensor originally designed to measure levels of the carbohydrate glucose in humans into one that can detect the effects of temperature, carbon dioxide and other environmental influences.

Dr. Allison Appleton

School of Public Health's Allison Appleton Named Harvard JPB Environmental Health Fellow

Allison Appleton, Sc.D., assistant professor of epidemiology at University at Albany, School of Public Health, has been selected as a JPB Environmental Health (EH) Fellow by the Harvard School of Public Health.

New visual image of The RNA Institute at UAlbany

The RNA Institute Launches a New Brand Identity

The RNA Institute launches a fresh visual brand identity, including a new logo and dynamic web site. Each element of the new brand and visual identity is designed to highlight the Institute’s strategic focus and leadership position in developing RNA tools and technologies to address challenging human health problems.