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  • The incoming class of 2015 is among the most accomplished in ACPHS history, with nearly half of its members having been enrolled in high school honors programs (including 18 of whom were valedictorians or salutatorians). The first day of classes for all ACPHS students will take place on Monday, August 31.
  • Now in its 17th year, the College's Summer Research program provides area high school students with opportunities to work with ACPHS faculty on projects designed to spur their interests in science. Two of the students in this year's program are profiled in this story from the Albany Times Union.
  • In this article, Dhruba Bharali of the College's Pharmaceutical Research Institute discusses how researchers are working to harness the power of nanotechnology to improve treatments for a wide range of diseases, including cancer and Alzheimer's.
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