Science & Technology

Albany, NY – (370?-415 C.E.). Today's students can thank this 4th century mathematician for making geometry courses easier to understand.

Albany, NY – Dr. Karen Hitchcock is currently the Principal and Vice Chancellor of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. She is the former President of The University at Albany, a research University in Upstate New York, where this story took place. Join Dr. Hitchcock for a look at how the president of a University can impact science. For more information, please visit: http://qnc.queensu.ca/story_loader.php?id=409d1ef96b777

Albany, NY – Julie Spicer England began her career with a degree in chemical engineering, but it was her grasp of the scientific process that led her to her work with Texas Instruments. England leads a team that builds the components that go inside our cell phones and cd players. England discusses the work she does, and how she combines science and communications to effectively manage her team at Texas Instruments.

Albany, NY – Medical researchers need tools to conduct measurement and experiments. At Agilent Technologies, Darlene Solomon leads a team of scientists that build those tools. Solomon speaks about her work at Agilent and what it takes to solve challenging problems in science and technology.

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