Findings by Scientists at the City University of New York’s New Advanced Science Research Center and the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow Published in Nature Chemistry (New York, Dec. 9, 2014) _ New research has led to the discovery of a method that for the first time can help identify peptides that form simple, usable […]
In preparation for the upcoming opening of the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center NanoFabrication Facility, the staff has been busy finalizing the facilities design and receiving and commissioning instruments.
Rein Ulijn, a renowned nanochemist who has been one of Europe’s rising young research stars over the past decade, has been appointed the founding director of the nanoscience initiative of CUNY’s new Advanced Science Research Center.
> VIDEO | Kevin Gardner discusses the uniqueness of the ASRC Kevin H. Gardner has been appointed founding director of the ASRC’s structural biology initiative, a move that follows a nationwide search and brings to New York a scientist highly regarded for his innovative and broad-minded approach to biomedical research. The announcement was made […]
ASRC Executive Director Gillian Small was recently honored by the Feminist Press for her achievements as one of the highest ranking women in American research science. Dr. Small, CUNY’s vice chancellor for research, was one of four New York women in a variety of fields presented with the publisher’s Inspiration, Empowerment, Insight and Leadership […]
Christopher E. Henderson, a neuroscientist who is co-director of Columbia University’s Motor Neuron Center, has joined the ASRC Advisory Board. Dr. Henderson, a professor of pathology, cell biology, neuroscience and neurology, specializes in motor neuron development and pathology. His focus is on the motor neuron diseases ALS and spinal muscular atrophy. After joining Columbia’s Center for […]
Gillian Small, CUNY’s vice chancellor for research and the executive director of the Advanced Science Research Center, is spearheading a $3.7 million National Science Foundation grant designed to help scientists fast-track their research to the marketplace. The initiative was featured recently by the New York Daily News: CUNY science-business boot camp fosters research-to-marketplace
Some 350 experts from around the world recently issued the Bonn Declaration on Global Water Supply — a sobering report on our conflicted relationship with water and the consequences of decades of thoughtless neglect and misguided decisions. Charles J. Vörösmarty, director of the ASRC’s Environmental CrossRoads Initiative, was part of the team that drafted the […]
Charles J. Vörösmarty, director of the ASRC’s Environmental CrossRoads Initiative, will speak to United Nations representatives on the emerging global water crisis at a meeting at the Hungarian mission on May 3. Dr. Vörösmarty will discuss global threats to human water security and biodiversity. The meeting is hosted by the Steering Group of the […]
New York Daily News: CUNY brings National Science Foundation science-business ‘boot camp’ to New York (CUNY Newswire) In a move designed to fast-track research to the marketplace, the National Science Foundationhas awarded a three-year $3.74 million grant to a collaboration between The City University of New York, Columbia University and New York University. […]