Showcase 2023: Student Scientists Tackle Brain Chemistry, Poliovirus
Venessa NyBlom, a sophomore pursuing a double major in psychology and human biology, and Matt Long, a senior biochemistry and molecular biology major will be among those presenting their research at UAlbany’s inaugural Showcase Day on Thursday, April 27.
Student Leaders Share Their Thoughts on Black History Month
A photo essay by Tayana Romulus
Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications
The latest on University at Albany faculty and staff receiving research grants, awards and other noteworthy attention.
Social Inequities Reflected in Wait Times: The Poor Wait Longer
Longer wait times for services faced by Black Americans and lower income Americans have clear impacts, even beyond stress and the loss of productivity. Longer waits for medical services result in worse health outcomes, and long lines at the polls impact people’s ability to vote.
CEHC Researchers Publish New Book on COVID-19 and the Digital Divide
The book is part of a series published by Springer Nature on topics related to information science and applications of technology.
UAlbany Climate Scientist Joins New Caribbean Climate Adaptation Network
The network seeks to connect multidisciplinary scientists with community and government stakeholders in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
RNA Institute to Hold Annual Symposium in Collaboration with University of Rochester
This year’s event will feature guest speakers from leading pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies, industry networking opportunities