COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/16/2021
News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and technology, and its impact on society. (see all topics)
Study shows how to make stable and large aerogels that remove heavy metals, organic solvents, organic dyes.
Additional partners include The John R. Oishei Foundation, Kaleida Health, Community Tech NY.
Like the insect, the new tech lowers its temperature to harvest condensed water and – of course – it consumes no electricity.
The work, which examines risk factors down to the county level, could lead to more tailored public health strategies.
Projects focus on wastewater surveillance of disease, and automated cloth mask production.
University at Buffalo deepfake spotting tool proves 94% effective with portrait-like photos, according to study.
UB chemist Eva Zurek is a key partner on a Department of Defense-funded project that seeks to develop materials for applications that include friction stir welding of steel.
UB-led research team advances technique that speeds up conventional 3D printing by 10-50 times.
Gerald Koudelka’s research has focused on themes including mechanisms of DNA sequence recognition and the evolution of bacteriophage-encoded exotoxins.
The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition — judged at UB — brought a bit of sparkle into children’s lives in an unusual year.
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