The Jefferson Project at Lake George is a historic partnership of The FUND for Lake George, IBM, RPI and Rensselaer's Darrin Fresh Water Institute to make Lake George a global model for ecosystem understanding and protection. By creating predictive capacities that harness latest science to light the path forward, this model aims to deliver ecological and market benefits that are widely felt, in the U.S. and worldwide.
Researchers in SCOREC concentrate on the development of reliable simulation technologies for engineers, scientists, medical professionals, and other practitioners.
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.