News Releases

9/18/19

The novel biometric tool, EarEcho, uses sound waves to identify the ear canal’s unique geometry.

9/17/19

The quantum technology advancement could help lead to improvements in computing, data processing.

9/16/19

The jewel is helping engineers develop tough yet lightweight protective material.

9/13/19

This preclinical research demonstrates an effective, minimally invasive method of treating the intractable and growing problem of chronic neuropathic pain.

  

Faculty Experts

12/19/18

Catherine Cook-Cottone

Professor of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology

Expertise: yoga, mindfulness, embodied self-regulation, eating disorders, anxiety-based disorders

Phone: 716-645-1128

Email: cpcook@buffalo.edu  

2/18/19

James M. Chen

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Expertise: materials science, turbulence, energy harvesting, hypersonic/supersonic vehicles, aerodynamics, nonequilibrium phenomena, high-performance computing

Phone: 716-645-3163

Email: chenjm@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

9/16/19

Work and labor markets expert Erin Hatton discusses with Newsweek Uber’s response to a California bill seeking to increase benefits for gig economy workers.

9/11/19

MSN reports on research by UB chemistry professor Eva Zurek, which predicts 43 new forms of superhard carbon — including several thought to be harder than or about as hard as diamond.

9/6/19

A Slate article talked to public health researcher Lynn Kozlowski about the current spate of mysterious vaping-related illnesses.

9/5/19

A Time story features Jennifer Temple on how caffeine affects children. 

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