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UAlbany Graduate Students Reflect on PIRE Experience in New Paper
The U.S.-Taiwan PIRE project was launched in 2015 to advance research in early warning detection and disaster response around extreme storms.
Atmospheric Scientists Lead $695K NSF Study to Explore Downshear Reformation of Tropical Storms
The three-year project will use observational data, combined with advanced computer model simulations, to explore this poorly understood process.
UAlbany-led Study Finds Exposure to Sun, Heat and Humidity Can Exacerbate Symptoms of Mental Disorders
Interdisciplinary team links NYS Mesonet weather data and emergency department visits to predict patient risk
CTG UAlbany Tackles Challenges Facing Urban Governments
Researchers at the Center for Technology in Government and the FinEst Centre for Smart Cities at the Tallinn University of Technology are investigating the long-term problems faced by local governments in their “smart city” efforts.
Director of Atmospheric Sciences Research Center Honored by American Meteorological Society
Chris Thorncroft has earned the 2023 AMS Joanne Simpson Tropical Meteorology Research Award.
UAlbany Welcomes New Great Danes for Fall 2022 Semester
The University is welcoming students back to campus this week for the start of the Fall 2022 semester, including more than 5,200 new Great Danes.
Physicists Star with William Shatner in New UFO Documentary
A new documentary starring Star Trek’s William Shatner is asking the question: “Are we Alone?” And two UAlbany physicists are right in the middle of the search for answers. “A Tear in the Sky,” directed by Caroline Cory, follows a team of researchers using state-of-the-art technologies to study on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs).