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The grant, part of a $35 million nationwide investment, supports
artificial intelligence research to make vehicles
The study provides evidence that climate change can both inhibit
and facilitate invasive species growth.
UB architect's embossed building 'skin' concept was a finalist
in an international competition aimed at designing more
environmentally friendly skyscrapers.
UB’s Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy and Buffalo
Environmental Law Journal will bring together noted experts to
discuss how law and policy can help society address the changing
Inspired by bird and insect behavior, engineers create software
designed to enable teams of common UAVs to work together.
For a plant, the evolutionary pathways to becoming a carnivore
may be limited, researchers say.
Researchers will tackle urban infrastructure and groundwater,
air pollution, green infrastructure and stormwater management, and
development of lower-cost solar cells.
The applications could be vast — from dramatically
extending the range of drones, to powering back-up generators for
remote cell towers, to tiny hydrogen generating machines for cars
that run on it.
The device could aid people lacking drinking water and those
affected by natural disasters.
Using computational and experimental techniques, UB scientists
provide first evidence that carbamates can upset circadian
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