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News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and technology, and its impact on society. (see all topics)
The advancement could help improve experimental drug testing, artificial organs and more.
Data from the research could facilitate efforts to prevent and treat adverse pregnancy outcomes, showing the importance of evolutionary medicine.
A new paper explores how the opinions of an electorate may be reflected in a mathematical model ‘inspired by models of simple magnetic systems.'
The research adds to a decades-long, existential debate: Are the soft corals Plexaura homomalla and Plexaura kükenthali a single species, or not?
With NSF funding, ice sheet and computer scientists have created a new online platform that aims to reduce bottlenecks in research on ice sheets and sea level rise.
The complex is among the nation’s largest; and it’s helping UB solidify its position as a research and educational leader.
Diana Aga and Robert M. Straubinger are UB's newest faculty recipients of the prestigious international awards.
A paper in Science Advances focuses on the evolution of the human growth hormone receptor gene.
The in-kind gift, part of UB’s Boldly Buffalo fundraising campaign, helped UB mark its most successful fundraising year in history.
UB spinoff QAS.AI is developing software — trained on past cases — to inform decision-making during surgical procedures.
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