UB psychologist Jamie Ostrov says recognizing the difference may mean new directions for interventions.


The honor is the fourth national or international award the UB engineer has received in the past three years.


A companion paper calls the UB discovery “a major step forward” in defining hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae.


The second annual Summer Extravaganza features art workshops, music, food and curator tours of current exhibitions.


In a larger study, patients with Type 1 diabetes also saw improvement in blood sugars and body weight.


UB’s Business and Entrepreneur Partnership team’s first annual impact study highlights the university’s role in WNY economic development.


A UB study finds the grain used to make beer and soup is an ideal and safe contrast agent for diagnosing swallowing disorders.


The longtime administrator and faculty member has led UB's international efforts for nearly 30 years.


The UB-led study will examine the impacts of plant emissions and other pollutants on the health of nearby communities.


Like New York’s state animal, the rover-like vehicle uses its surroundings to build complex structures and overcome obstacles.


Work by the late UB photography professor — much of which has never been presented in a gallery setting — is on exhibit at CEPA.


Accounting students partner with UB offices on data analytics projects.

Smart and Connected Communities

Researchers from UB's School of Architecture and Planning held a forum June 29 in Hayes Hall as part of the National Science Foundation-funded Smart and Connected Communities research project. The project is examining the different ways in which extreme heat and cold impact U.S. cities. Read the story. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published July 10, 2018

Working in harmony

UB faculty members find life balance in singing with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus. Read the story

UB's Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) club took third place in the SDL Payload Challenge at the Spaceport America Cup held last month in southern New Mexico. The cup is the world's largest intercollegiate rocket engineering conference and competition. Posing with their award-winning rocket are, from left, Gabriel Surina, Sophia Matla, Owen Langrehr, Jacob Henry, Owen Torres, Thomas Hill, Ari Rubin, Nicholas McNally, William Elliott, Matthew Buczkowski, Peter Wilkins and Paul DesJardin. Photo: Ari Rubin