NeST focuses on the fundamental research and engineering of natural and technological networks,ranging from social and cognitive networks to computer networks.
The cMDIS serves as the platform for researchers in diverse disciplines within the physical sciences and engineering to tackle challenges in advanced materials and devices, as well as the integration of these technologies into complex integrated systems.
CIPCE is committed to working with K-12 students and teachers on inquiry-based approaches to teaching in the STEM disciplines.
Researchers are working to develop the next generation of solar technology by studying one of the most powerful energy converting machines in the world—plants.
The Center for Polymer Synthesis provides bridges for companies to work with Rensselaer faculty and students in designing, producing, and testing novel polymers than can change the way people live and work.
Inverse problems addressed at IPRPI include medical and molecular imaging, geophysical fault identification, bridge embankment and dike integrity and radar imaging.
Dedicated to advancing the field of Cheminformatics and increasing the availability of new methods within the Cheminformatics user community.
The DSRC acquires, processes, analyzes, models, visualizes, and simulates complex data to close the data-to-knowledge gap across multiple time and length scales.
The Center is devoted to investigating the origins of life on Earth and the conditions that lead to formation of habitable planets in our own and other solar systems.
Utilizing significant new technologies for sensing/simulating the environment, The Rensselaer IDEA projects range from studying the molecular “biomes” that arise in urban environments to modeling large-scale enviroments and ecological climate effects.