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.
UAlbany Atmospheric Scientists Partner on NSF Project to Monitor Atmosphere-Ocean Carbon Dioxide Exchange
The project could soon offer a new buoy-based observational tool to improve predictions of the ocean's impact on the carbon cycle.
Assessing The Risks of Existential Terrorism and AI: A Q&A with Gary Ackerman
CEHC's Gary Ackerman has spent decades studying terrorism around the world — from the motivations and capabilities of terrorist groups to the mitigation strategies governments use to defend against them.
CTG UAlbany Examines Libraries’ Role in AI
UAlbany’s Center for Technology in Government is partnering with the Urban Libraries Council (ULC) to examine how libraries can empower communities to better understand AI and ensure its ethical design and application.
RNA Institute Scientist Awarded $1.95 Million to Advance DNA Nanotechnology Research
The grant will support efforts to develop new DNA nanostructures and improve techniques for drug delivery and biomedical applications
Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications
The latest developments on University at Albany faculty and staff who are receiving research grants, awards and other noteworthy attention.
Research & Entrepreneurship Week to Highlight UAlbany's Innovation and Creativity
Five days of events, beginning with the inaugural SUNY AI Symposium on Monday, Oct. 16, will highlight the impactful work happening across UAlbany’s campuses as well as the extraordinary facilities and staff available to support research faculty, staff and students.