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Guide Showcases Discipline That Prepares Experts for a World Growing Louder

August 16, 2017

Ning Xiang, director of Rensselaer’s Architectural Acoustics program, releases comprehensive handbook

Faculty

Frogs That Adapt to Pesticides Are More Vulnerable to Parasites

August 14, 2017

Wood frogs that develop pesticide tolerance become more susceptible to dangerous virus

Academic

Cultivating What It Means To Be Human

August 11, 2017

Books selected for 2017-18 Rensselaer Community Read explore “big questions”

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RESEARCH

  • April 5, 2017
    [The Jefferson Project at Lake George is conducting ongoing research into how human activities may be affecting the lake. This guest blog by Bill Hintz, a post-doctoral research associate in the lab of Jefferson Project Director Rick Relyea, summarizes recent research published in the journal Ecological Applications. The Jefferson Project is a collaboration between Rensselaer, [...]
    Jefferson Project – Salt, Lake Food Webs, and “Trophic Cascade”
  • February 24, 2017
    [The Jefferson Project at Lake George is conducting ongoing research into how human activities may be affecting the lake. This guest blog by Bill Hintz, a post-doctoral research associate in the lab of Jefferson Project Director Rick Relyea, summarizes recent research published in the journal Environmental Pollution. The Jefferson Project is a collaboration between Rensselaer, [...]
    Jefferson Project – Road Salt and Developing Trout
  • February 2, 2017
    Could the same approach that mapped the Internet be used to identify tumor cells? Bulent Yener, who has devoted more than a decade of research to the idea, recently reviewed how his work and that of other researchers contributed to biomedical research in “Cell-Graphs: Image-Driven Modeling of Structure-Function Relationships,” published in the January edition of [...]

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Web Science, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence
Director, Institute for Data Exploration and Applications, Computer Science
Urban Freight Transportation, Humanitarian Logistics
William H. Hart Chair Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Nanomaterials, Engineering Education
Professor, Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education, and Russell Sage Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Bone and Tissue Engineering, Osteoporosis
Director of Center for Biotechnology & Interdisciplinary Studies and Professor, Biomedical Engineering