News about UB’s environmental programs and related
It is the only institute of higher learning in New York in 2015
to receive the honor.
Engineering students have teamed with his nonprofit to help
The app acts like traditional signs in museums and parks –
only it’s more interactive.
The structure will compete in the prestigious U.S. Department of
Energy Solar Decathlon contest.
A wood-burning heater designed by UB architects enables the
café to stay warm with no mechanical HVAC system.
Levine, a longtime UB faculty member, died of cancer Feb. 26 in
her Buffalo home.
As habitats shrink, Newton’s Laws of Motion could help us
predict how some animals will react, UB researchers say.
The reluctance to part with mobile phones, laptops and other
gizmos – sometimes called “gadget hoarding”
– is part of a larger and more troubling issue: managing
electronic waste, or e-waste.
National television cameras came to campus last semester to
focus attention on a UB innovation that is attracting worldwide
UB researchers made headlines around the world this year with
studies on coffee, climate change, babies’ eating habits and
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