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Large NIH Grant Supports Work in Direct Sequencing of RNA Modifications

Feature | Dec 13, 2021

With a National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grant, Associate Professor of Life Sciences Shenglong Zhang, Ph.D., will lead a team of researchers to determine how RNA modifications affect conditions including cancer and diabetes.

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Debunking Myths in Support of COVID-19 Vaccines

Feature | Oct 15, 2021

Professor Michael Hadjiargyrou, Ph.D., an expert in molecular and cellular biology, tackled the timely topic of COVID-19 vaccines with an in-depth discussion of the structure of SARS-CoV-2 and underscored the importance and safety of vaccines.

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Third Quarter in Review

Feature | Oct 12, 2021

A roundup of research grants and awards obtained by New York Tech faculty that support original and innovative research to provide a student experience that inspire critically creative thinking through fundamental or applied experiences.

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Faculty Profile: Vitaly Katsnelson

Profile | Sep 21, 2021

Assistant Professor of Math Vitaly Katsnelson, Ph.D., has always been drawn to the beauty and the logic of math.

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Faculty Profile: Michael Hadjiargyrou

Profile | Sep 13, 2021

Department Chair, Ph.D. Program Director, and distinguished scientist Michael Hadjiargyrou, Ph.D., became seriously interested in biology after taking an undergraduate class in the field. At New York Tech, he is dedicated to providing an outstanding education and service to the students.

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Pejman Sanaei, Ph.D., Will Use Math to Improve Membrane Filter Performance

Feature | Sep 09, 2021

Using a $204,085 National Science Foundation grant, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Pejman Sanaei, Ph.D., will examine ways to improve the quality of filters [...]

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New York Tech Physics Faculty Earns NSF Grant to Solve Cosmic Mystery

Feature | Sep 07, 2021

Assistant Professor of Physics Eve Armstrong, Ph.D., received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to research how the universe formed from stardust.

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Building the Biotech Talent Pipeline Now is Critical

Feature | Aug 25, 2021

As the delta variant spreads, the United States’ plan to administer 100 million COVID-19 booster shots in the next few months would not be possible without the scientists and researchers working in America’s biotech sector. Unfortunately, the number of new researchers entering the workforce isn’t keeping up with demand.

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Students First: Fall Academic Plans with the Deans

Feature | Aug 04, 2021

Deans and representatives from New York Tech’s colleges and schools joined the university community for the second discussion of the 2021 Students First: Community Conversations series.

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New York Tech Supports K-8 STEM Education Through $3.75 Million in State Grants

Feature | Jul 28, 2021

The university will work with school districts across Nassau County on teacher training initiatives that were recently granted more than $3.75 million in funding by the New York State Department of Education’s Smart Start Grant Program.

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