Science and Technology

News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and technology, and its impact on society. (see all topics)

8/21/19

Membrane-less organelles, found inside human cells, have a variety of important biological functions, from gene regulation to stress response.

8/9/19

The technology could improve safety for drivers and pedestrians, researchers say.

8/6/19

A new study illuminates the avocado’s family history and lays the foundation for the species’ improvement.

8/5/19

Engineers report advancements in radiative cooling in a new study in Nature Sustainability.

7/31/19

The $528,000 grant, awarded to UB RENEW scientist Kang Sun, will examine levels of nitrogen dioxide, ammonia, formaldehyde and other pollutants.

7/25/19

UB researchers have received a record 11 National Science Foundation CAREER awards in 2019, along with a U.S. presidential early career award.

7/25/19

David Lacy is developing cheaper, more sustainable alternatives to ruthenium-based compounds used in industry.

7/23/19

Lab work, ethics and social media are all on the agenda, with the goal of helping students become well-rounded scientists.

7/23/19

He is a co-holder of five U.S. patents and four pending applications, and a co-author of more than 240 research publications.

7/21/19

At Bell Aerosystems in Western New York, Mollendorf worked on the ascent engine that helped U.S. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin get off the moon.