UAlbany's Electric Trolley Debuts on Campus
UAlbany has introduced a new electric trolley, numbered 1844, as part of a growing fleet of zero-emission vehicles designed to enhance the University community.
Summer of Science: RNA Institute Hosts First Cohort of ‘Research Experiences for Undergraduates’ Students
The National Science Foundation-Sponsored Program Supports STEM Research Opportunities for Undergrads
UAlbany’s RNA Institute Celebrates ‘RNA Day’
The inaugural event celebrated senior faculty, spotlighted projects by dozens of student researchers and ended with a sweet take on science
UAlbany Receives INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine’s 2023 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award
Today, the University at Albany’s EXCELlence in STEM Program received the 2023 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.
Researchers Team Up to Build Open Geoscience Community through $1.6 Million National Science Foundation Project
The funding supports phase two of “Project Pythia,” a collaborative effort to collect high-quality interactive learning tools for Python-based data analysis and visualization in the geosciences.
UAlbany, UConn Researchers Partner on New Climate Center to Support Weather Innovation and Energy Resilience
WISER aims to leverage the research and expertise at both institutions to create advanced weather- and climate-based solutions for the energy industry, now and in the future.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Department of Homeland Security Leaders Visit ETEC
CEHC recently partnered with PNNL to open new avenues for joint scientific exploration amongst faculty, researchers and students.