UAlbany Recognizes Inventors During Research and Entrepreneurship Week
From filing a first disclosure to an issued patent, the process to take an invention from an idea to the marketplace can be long and arduous. For the first time, UAlbany recognized the faculty, staff and students who submitted a patent application as part of Research and Entrepreneurship Week.
A regular update showcasing accomplishments from the University at Albany's College of Nanotechnology, Science and Engineering.
NANOvember Highlights Intersection of Nanotechnology and Medicine
The University at Albany’s College of Nanotechnology, Science, and Engineering (CNSE) welcomes the Capital Region community to campus for a series of conversations in celebration of NANOvember.
Bunshaft Lecture: Inspiring the Next Generation of Explorers
Former NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin delivered the 10th Annual Bunshaft Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 5 at UAlbany, sharing stories and photos of his two missions to the International Space Station onboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Astronaut Leland Melvin to Deliver 10th Annual Bunshaft Lecture
Former NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin will deliver the 10th Annual Bunshaft Lecture at the University at Albany’s Performing Arts Center on Thursday, Oct. 5. The lecture is hosted by UAlbany’s College of Nanotechnology, Science, and Engineering.
S4 Provides Inspiration for Fledgling Entrepreneurs
UAlbany doctoral student Zhihua Chang participated in his second SUNY Startup Summer School (S4) program, which included four teams from UAlbany among the 2023 class.
UAlbany Welcomes 40 New Faculty This Fall
The University at Albany is welcoming 40 new faculty this fall, including 18 who specialize in artificial intelligence. The hires are part of an unprecedented hiring push to add 49 new faculty this year, including 27 who specialize in artificial intelligence-related disciplines as part of UAlbany’s AI Plus initiative to embed teaching and research about AI across all academic programs.
Advancing Opportunities for Women in Engineering
Engineering students from UAlbany were recently provided with the opportunity to attend the Society of Women Engineers conference in Connecticut thanks to the support of Lori Peppe Trezza, Class of 1983.