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“America is polarized. Our political parties are highly
polarized and the American electorate is highly polarized,”
writes UB political scientist James E. Campbell.
The optics advancement may solve an approaching data bottleneck
by helping to boost computing power and information transfer rates
Counterfeit drugs, spoiled pills and unsupervised treatments are
a few of the risks of using online pharmacies, says UB pharmacy
practice expert Karl Fiebelkorn.
Research will focus on chalcogenide perovskites
— materials with promising qualities for harvesting
The Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics today
announced a contract with Garwood Medical Devices LLC that will
create 40 new jobs in five years.
The awards come from SMART, a new initiative focusing on the
future of manufacturing in Buffalo and beyond.
UB CAT, a program of UB’s New York State Center of
Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, has awarded more
than $500,000 in funding to 16 life sciences companies.
Completed in 1879 as an insane asylum, the building — now
home to the School of Architecture and Planning — is the
university's first to receive the historic designation.
The University at Buffalo will continue its celebration of
summer tonight with UB on the Green, the university’s
free outdoor event series featuring live music, dancing and
hands-on activities for the entire family.
UB GEM provides seed funding for research that will tackle how
microbes affect pregnancy, obesity, tooth decay and more.
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