News at UB


Several UB families journeyed long distances to see yesterday’s solar eclipse in the path of totality.


Dori Sajdak is helping to create and manage the massive network for the SC supercomputing conference.


Eight more companies will open or expand operations on or near UB’s campuses through START-UP NY.


The supercomputing technology of the Genomics Data Warehouse can solve problems in a range of fields, from genomics to supply chain management.


A new research project headed by UB biochemist Marc Halfon tackles this question, with possible implications for disease control.


From Belgium to Brazil, supercomputers worldwide are crunching data with UB's XDMoD software.


UB’s Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach (STOR) has refreshed its signature mark to more accurately communicate its collaborative roles both within UB and the Western New York economy.


A recent upgrade to UB’s connection to the Internet2 nationwide network will increase tenfold the university’s data capacity, better positioning researchers for competitive funding opportunities.


Six companies, including one founded by a UB researcher that is developing a potential treatment for breast and other types of cancer, have been approved for START-UP NY through their affiliation with the university.


UB's Center for Computational Research has received a $9 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve the management tool CCR invented that maximizes supercomputing performance.


Five companies, including one founded by two UB medical researchers and another by a UB alumnus, have been approved for START-UP NY through their affiliation with the university.


The Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics will help transform medical diagnosis and treatment.


High school students taking part in the Eric Pitman Annual Summer Workshop in Computational Science have been getting a crash course on how the information age is improving health care and helping Buffalo develop a world-class medical corridor.


Four UB entities have updated their brand identities to more accurately communicate their collaborative roles in the community and emphasize efforts to spur economic development. 


UB will receive $1 million through the state's Regional Economic Development Council initiative to make its Center for Computational Research more accessible to Western New York businesses.


Eleven high school students took part in this year's
Eric Pitman Annual Summer Workshop in Computational Science and got the chance to learn computer programming and explore the intersection between computing and the life sciences.