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Rooftop Tour Shows Off the University’s New Solar Array
UAlbany hosted the press last week for the unveiling of the rooftop solar array that spans the Podium roof, a joint project with the New York Power Authority.
Study Finds Variation in Land Use Correlates to Better DNA Health
Higher variation in land use was associated with longer telomere length, meaning those who lived around more varied land had longer “protective caps” on their DNA.
Engineering Solutions for People Living with Disabilities
For UAlbany students Guillermo Mijancos, Joseph Salgado and Michael L. George, engineering is more than just a construction tool. It’s a critical way of thinking about solutions that can benefit our lives. The three electrical and computing engineering majors recently completed their senior capstone project, with a focus on aiding and improving the lives of people living with disabilities.
Study: Diminishing Arctic Sea Ice Has Lasting Impacts on Global Climate
As the impacts of climate change are felt around the world, no area is experiencing more drastic changes than the northern polar region.
A Sociologist Assesses How Immigration Enforcement Affects Children Over Time
For the first time, a study explores the dynamics of immigration enforcement that shape children's lives over time. Led by Joanna Dreby of Sociology and two UAlbany colleagues, the research is published in the Journal of Marriage and Family.
In Published Study, Chen Lab Elevates Understanding of Genetic Expression
An RNA Institute professor and his two lab mates aid in finding a key to how changes in RNA structure occur and switch genetic expression from ‘on’ to ‘off,’
Transformational Teaching Honored in Annual Torch Award
English Professor Jeffrey Berman was recognized as the 2022 Torch Award Professor, along with three outstanding nominees: Associate Professor Rita Biswas, Lecturer Marcie Newton and Associate Professor Matthew Szdagis.