News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and
technology, and its impact on society.
A full day of academic talks will discuss the origins of the
universe, the Earth, life, consciousness and culture.
Phillip Tucciarone, a University at Buffalo chemical and
biological engineering student, has won a Marshall Scholarship, one
of the most prestigious scholarships awarded annually to U.S.
The awards, given to early-career investigators, illustrate the
value that recent hires bring to UB.
Michelle A. Van Gheem, research compliance and compliance
manager of GE Healthcare, General Electric Co. in Wauwatosa, Wis.,
has been named director of research compliance.
Clues in the Arctic fossil record suggest that 3-5,000 years
ago, the ice sheet was the smallest it has been in the past 10,000
Obesity may alter the way we taste at the most fundamental
level: by changing how our tongues react to different foods.
A University at Buffalo-led research team has developed a
technique for studying individual sheets of graphene in a stack
— even when the sheets are covering each other up.
UB Professor Paras Prasad's pioneering work in biophotonics
could lead to health care improvements like ultrasensitive
biomaging and light-activated therapies.
Phillip Tucciarone, a University at Buffalo senior majoring in
chemical and biological engineering, was selected as a finalist for
the prestigious Marshall Scholarship.
Research has just begun, but it shows promise to help
paraplegics, factory workers and others.
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