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Medical disparities — and how aspiring physicians can begin to overcome them — is a theme of a new course begun this semester at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo.


UB to host Genome Day at the new Jacobs School building downtown, with a keynote on “Wizard Genetics of Harry Potter” by Duke University’s Eric Spana.


Designed for individuals who want to gain foundational public health knowledge in as little as one year, the program can be completed online or on campus on a full- or part-time basis.


The competition — now in its fourth year — was founded by a UB chemist.


Animated films can provide critical opportunities for adults to discuss end-of-life issues with children according to a new study by a UB researcher who specializes in end-of-life communication.


Engineering school marks completion of nation’s first comprehensive ‘specialization’ on digital manufacturing.


Human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai will open the University at Buffalo’s 2017-18 Distinguished Speakers Series at on  Sept. 19 in Alumni Arena.


Theoretical work for the Large Hadron Collider and an after-school science club.


Young girls looking to improve their math skills, interact with some of the area’s most talented educators and add to their summer fun can enroll in UB’s free five-day summer camp designed to show students how math can be “exciting, beautiful and useful.”


Two UB education researchers have teamed up to create an interactive classroom environment in which state-of-the-art virtual reality simulates difficult student behavior, a training method its designers compare to a “flight simulator for teachers.”