Chemistry Student Competes for $100K U.S. Space Force Award
A Blackstone LaunchPad company created by a chemistry PhD student was selected as one of just two dozen nationwide eligible to compete for a $100,000 award funded by the U.S. Space Force.
Thenkurussi Kesavadas Appointed Vice President for Research and Economic Development
Kesavadas currently serves as the founding director of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign’s Health Care Engineering Systems Center (HCESC), the largest endowed center in the University of Illinois system.
UAlbany and Department of Health Examine Breastfeeding Disparities in the State
Study aims to increase breast feeding, and its health benefits for children and mothers, in communities where the rates are lower.
ETEC Opening Ceremony Celebrates New Center of Research and Innovation
An official ribbon cutting was held for UAlbany's new ETEC building.
Using Artificial Intelligence to Aid Farmers in Ghana
As part of a Google initiative to help academics and nonprofits develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques that can improve people’s lives, University at Albany Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Daphney-Stavroula Zois is working with AGRI-WEB to help smallholder farmers in Ghana develop better prediction models for their crop yields.
Interdisciplinary Team Suggests Ways to Address Pandemic Telemental Health Disparities
An interdisciplinary team spanning the School of Public Health, the School of Social Welfare and the College of Arts & Sciences found there is a lack of research guiding telemental healthcare for pandemic relief, combined with an inadequate ability for the system to address telemental health disparities.
Exploring the Role of AI in Government
With the increased use of AI applications by public services and agencies, researchers at the University at Albany have taken on lead roles in producing a special issue on Artificial Intelligence in Government for Social Science Computer Review.