Science and Technology

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

4/25/19

Corporate partners will work to implement viable student proposals for reducing their carbon footprint.

4/17/19

UB’s Center for Industrial Effectiveness (TCIE), the business outreach arm for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, managed course production.

4/10/19

The company, co-founded by a UB chemist, is developing new contrast agents for MRI diagnostics.

4/5/19

Three UB faculty members – Anthony Campagnari, Gary Giovino and John Richard – have been named State University of New York Distinguished Professors, the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system.



4/3/19

Inspired by animals and buoyed by advancements in computing and sensing, teams of autonomous robots could alleviate future housing needs.

4/3/19

Exactly how jaw joints work – and how the myriad other bones and joints in the body, human and otherwise, do their work, also known as biomechanics — is the subject of National Biomechanics Day, which will be celebrated at UB on April 12.

4/3/19

Research assesses how large-scale patterns of brain activity could vary between cognitive systems and across people.

3/27/19

The material could help reduce utility bills, improve energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings.

3/26/19

Timothy Cook will design self-assembling molecules and work with K-12 science teachers to create 3-D printed magnetic structures that self-assemble in the classroom.

3/19/19

A UB study uncovers a complex story that hints at how adaptable — yet delicate — we are as a species.