Humans are one up in the war against drug-resistant bacteria, thanks to a software package used to solve molecular structures developed at the University at Buffalo and Buffalo’s Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute.
The "grasshopper" nature of chemical transport in the environment will be the focus of tests by a University at Buffalo researcher to determine how plants contribute to the global distribution of toxic organic pollutants.
The UB Archives next month will open an exhibit -- “My Dear Mr. Wright” -- featuring letters, manuscripts, photographs, architectural drawings and other materials from its Darwin D. Martin Collection and other sources.
Murray Levine, Ph.D., SUNY Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Psychology, has received the Seymour B. Sarason Award for Community Research and Action from the American Psychology Association.
David J. Saleh has been elected to a one-year term as vice president for finance of the UB Alumni Association. The other officers, including president Jonathan A. Dandes, are continuing in the second year of their terms.
The University at Buffalo is the first of 40 sites in the U.S. to meet all of its recruitment goals for the $625 million Women's Health Initiative, the largest clinical trial ever undertaken in the U.S.
A UB researcher has developed a test pattern that could cut by 75 percent the time it takes to perform mandatory tests of nuclear-imaging equipment, saving nuclear-imaging facilities thousands of dollars in down time annually.
In "Handwriting in America," a University at Buffalo historian explores the many ways in which Americans historically have used handwriting as both a lesson in conformity and a talisman of individuality.
The way in which the lining of their blood vessels responds to certain signals telling it to dilate may account for why some blacks have high blood pressure, according to a University at Buffalo study.