Summer is here, but life in the lab goes on! In the Department of Chemistry, Assistant Professor David Lacy and his team make and study catalysts — chemical compounds that speed up the rate of important chemical reactions that happen everywhere from inside the human body to inside the walls of factories. Photos: Douglas Levere
Facilities staff have begun removing the “Kapoor Hall” signage from the home of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. The South Campus building is being renamed the “Pharmacy Building” after the SUNY Board of Trustees approved a resolution revoking the building’s current name. Read the story. Photo: Douglas Levere
An article in The Washington Post interviewed James Battista about the landmark session of the New York State legislature that has produced some of the nation’s most far-reaching liberal policies, demonstrating the strength of the left wing after the Democratic Party gained full control of state government for the first time in more than a decade.
The New York Times and CNN are among news outlets around the world that continue to report on the research of paleontologist Jack Tseng, whose team identified the first hyena fossils ever found in the Arctic.
An article on Vice interviewed Elizabeth Bowen about an abandoned Miami Beach hotel that became a refuge for the area’s homeless population and the crackdown on nuisance crimes in a city that has America’s highest number of resident billionaires and more than 14 percent of its population living in poverty.