News Releases

7/16/20

Bedrock that lies below the ice sheet could reveal untold secrets about when the ice last retreated, laying the foundation for better models of future sea level rise.

7/15/20

Informed by recommendations from the CDC, NYS Department of Health, SUNY and UB faculty experts, the guidelines include precautionary 7-day quarantine and mandatory use of face masks.

7/15/20

The organization, founded by a UB surgical resident who used to work in national security and counterterrorism, is erecting mobile clinics to aid in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

7/15/20

The finding — from high-pressure research that squeezed curium-containing compounds between diamonds — could guide further studies on curium and other mysterious heavy elements.

  

Faculty Experts

12/20/18

Kemper E. Lewis

Professor and Chair of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Expertise: advanced manufacturing, mass customization, engineering design

Phone: 716-645-2682

Email: kelewis@buffalo.edu

4/1/20

Valerie Nesset

Associate Professor of Information Science

Expertise: information behavior, information literacy, usability, organization of information, Web portal design, interface design, indexing, abstracting, qualitative research methods

Phone: 716-645-1485

Email: vmnesset@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

7/10/20

CNN featured John Leddy in a story reporting on a study showing that the rate of kids sports and recreation-related emergency room visits for traumatic brain injuries declined 32% from 2012 to 2018, likely due to the decreasing number of kids playing tackle football.

7/9/20

Mark R. O’Brian writes in PBS NewsHour about how retractions and controversies over coronavirus research show that the process of science is working as it should.

7/9/20

The Wall Street Journal featured Guyora Binder in a story on the felony-murder rule, a controversial legal doctrine at the heart of the George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks and Ahmaud Arbery cases.

7/8/20

Washington Post story included commentary from Susan Clark on how Phoenix, the hottest city in America, is finding ways to cool down.

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