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UAlbany institute unveils new lab for RNA research

Maria Basanta Sanchez, right, a senior research scientist at the RNA Institute at the University at Albany and an expert in ion mobility spectrometry, gives a tour Tuesday to U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko, D-Amsterdam, center and UAlbany President Robert J. Jones.
Maria Basanta Sanchez, right, a senior research scientist at the RNA Institute at the University at Albany and an expert in ion mobility spectrometry, gives a tour Tuesday to U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko, D-Amsterdam, center and UAlbany President Robert J. Jones.
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Three years after its initial opening, the University at Albany’s RNA Institute unveiled its newest research facility at the Life Sciences Research Building in a ceremony Tuesday. The 15,000-square-foot expansion was created to continue the institute’s research on ribonucleic acid and its effects on the body. The lab will provide for access for 60 researchers, scientists, technicians and administrative employees to develop RNA technology, drug therapies and treatments for diseases. RNA technology is a new ...


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