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7/24/15

UB’s Bright Buffalo Niagara, Western New York’s premier entrepreneur event since 2009, is accepting applications from companies that want to present at the annual fall Entrepreneur Expo on Oct. 28.

7/24/15

Business founders include faculty and an alumnus.

7/23/15

Eighteen scholars – all from New York State – will receive full tuition, fees, housing, board and books for four years of undergraduate study after they were chosen for UB Presidential Scholarships, an honor given to the top 1 percent of students in each new freshman class.

7/23/15

Sustainability may be one of those “squishy/mushy” buzz words too vague to be much use. But the principle behind it demands citizens come to grips with the grave problems it was created to solve.

7/22/15

A UB developmental psychologist has received a $550,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study possible pathways that might lead young children toward different types of aggressive behavior later in life.

7/22/15

Marc Kiviniemi has been named director of Undergraduate Public Health Initiatives for the University at Buffalo’s School of Public Health and Health Professions.  

7/21/15
BUFFALO, N.Y. — About 15 years ago, University at Buffalo chemistry professor Joseph Gardella and his wife sent their daughter, Claire, who is physically disabled and cannot speak, to a summer camp at Cradle Beach in Angola, New York.
7/21/15

Agencies plan to monitor thousands of manmade objects that orbit Earth and threaten spacecraft.

7/20/15

The U.S. has reopened its embassy in Havana. And that will be of great benefit to Cuba, says UB's Henry Louis Taylor Jr.

7/20/15

The technology may lead to more powerful weapons, energy savings and reduced crew numbers.