News Releases


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.


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.


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.


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


Kemper E. Lewis

Professor and Chair of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Expertise: advanced manufacturing, mass customization, engineering design

Phone: 716-645-2682



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



UB in the News


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.


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.


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.


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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