In dramatic fashion, the Engineering Trailer Complex on the North Campus was demolished June 27 to make way for a new School of Engineering and Applied Sciences building.
Photo: Douglas Levere, BA ’89
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Town-gown interests converge in revitalizing area surrounding South Campus
Warde Manuel makes the case for UB’s potential athletically and off the field
Human element paramount in center's work designing and developing assistive devices
Couple’s research aims to increase performance in early childhood mathematics
Rewards outweigh risks for dentist volunteering in Third World
Computing pioneer and guitarist returns full circle to his musical roots
Singer-songwriter blends a compelling sound with a passion for literature
Vice admiral looks out for 300 million fellow Americans in top intelligence post
People are more trusting as they age, which, in turn, carries a number of benefits for their well-being, according to research from UB.
Two UB engineers discuss a study they did on imbalances in the NFL schedule and how the numbers add up for the 2015 NFL schedule.
UB's John Shook weighs in on a legal hearing athat will be held to determine whether two chimpanzees can be granted legal protection against unlawful imprisonment, just like human beings.