5 Questions with Xin Wang: The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Public Health
Xin Wang, School of Public Health, discusses his path to UAlbany and his research at the interface of AI and public health
Disaster Scientist Selected by the National Science Foundation to Serve as Ocean Decade Champion
DeeDee Bennett Gayle is among 31 women scientists, all part of the NSF’s Coastlines and People program, who were selected for the designation.
Study: Oral Health Workers Are Burned Out Too
Center for Health Workforce Studies study shines light on rates of burnout among health care workers, leading causes of burnout and strategies to improve working conditions
Q&A: Unpacking a Big Win for RNA Research
RNA Institute Director Andy Berglund shares insights on the importance of the research that won this year’s 2023 Nobel Prize in Medicine
Sen. Gillibrand Promotes Federal Cybersecurity Scholarship Program at UAlbany
The scholarships cover expenses such as tuition, books, and lab fees in return for service in the Department of Defense post-graduation.
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.
UAlbany Students Prepare to Launch Weather Balloons for NASA Eclipse Project
More than 1,000 weather balloons will float high up into the atmosphere next Saturday as an annular solar eclipse sweeps across the United States.