F. William Studier, adjunct professor of biochemistry at SBU and senior biophysicist emeritus at BNL, is best known for inventing an efficient system for engineering common E. coli bacteria to produce almost any desired protein from a cloned gene.
University at Albany researchers used an unconventional method – studying dried blood spots taken from newborns as part of standard testing right after birth – to examine the impacts of commonly found chemicals on the development of unborn babies.
Symptoms of infrastructure neglect are everywhere, from potholes to lead-poisoned water systems. The funding will enable SUNY Poly Dean of Arts & Sciences Andrew Russell to further his research and connections with leading maintenance advocates.
The findings were published by researchers at SUNY ESF, where scientists have been working for 29 years to restore the valuable species after it was nearly wiped out by a pathogenic blight in the 20th century.
Artificial life, robotics and human-computer interaction will be
the focus of Buffalo’s first LASER Talk, an international
program that gathers artists and scientists for the exchange of
information and ideas.
Communities recovering from natural disasters often see an
increase in businesses and non-profits that develop after the
cleanup, but that doesn’t necessarily counterweigh the rise
in poverty levels in areas transformed by events such as storms,
earthquakes and wildfires.