At UB, we don’t accept the world as it is. We transform it for the better. Every day, with a passion for rigorous research matched only by a deep commitment to create positive change, our talented students and world-renowned faculty ask difficult questions, push past accepted boundaries and break new ground, leading the way in every field from chemistry to creative arts.
A UB-led team has developed a more secure computer login that uses low-level Doppler radar to measure and monitor your heart.
More than a decade ago, UB’s John Leddy argued against prolonged rest for concussions. Now his research is shaping today’s concussion guidelines.
Researchers at UB are offering hope that the deadly disease can be eradicated in our lifetime with the development of a revolutionary new vaccine.
UB researchers have discovered a worrisome trend: high concentrations of chemicals from human antidepressants in the brains of fish in the Niagara River, floating serious environmental concerns for our waterways.
New “mini-brain” research led by UB scientists suggests the disease originates early in fetal development, opening up the possibility of treating it in utero.
A UB-led research project found traces of a “ghost” species of ancient humans in a group of modern-day Africans, contributing to mounting evidence that early hominin species commonly interbred.
Yeti—the mythological apelike creature of the Himalayas—has been shrouded in mystery for generations. But UB biologists, utilizing DNA samples from museums and private collections, are providing new insight into the creature’s origins.