Within the laboratories of 50 faculty researchers in RNA chemistry and biology, over 350 young scientists are educated and mentored.
Provides a multi-disciplinary curriculum with a focus on RNA and its health-related benefits.
The Travel Award provides funds to assist graduate students and Postdoctoral Fellows working in labs within the UAlbany system.
$50K and Business Development Aid for a Commercially Viable Science Technology Applicable to RNA Research.
To learn about doing undergraduate research through a specific department (Chemistry, Biology, Physics), please use the resources and channels outlined.
Mentorship is a core component of The RNA Institute’s training of the next generation of RNA scientists.
Our outreach program aims to inspire and in turn educate K-12 students and the greater public by bringing them into our state of the art facilities.