The University at Buffalo has received $350,000 from the National Science Foundation as its share of a $1.75 million grant to a consortium of New York State research universities that will allow the group to hook into the VBNs, the very-high-speed backbone network service that ties together the supercomputing sites in the country.
National and regional experts from academia, industry, government and citizens' groups will discuss the legacy of Love Canal at "The Twentieth Anniversary of Love Canal: Lessons Learned" on Oct. 8-9 at the University at Buffalo.
A performance by comedian Elayne Boosler, a football game between the UB Bulls and Morgan State University and a carnival and bonfire on the shore of Lake LaSalle will highlight the University at Buffalo Family and Homecoming Weekend, to be held Oct. 9-11.
A new multidisciplinary, doctoral-level concentration in geographic information science -- believed to be the first in the nation -- has been established at the University at Buffalo with the support of a five-year, $2.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
A new product -- based on an innovative, patented technology developed at the University at Buffalo -- has solved the problem of how to exploit the properties of non-stick surfaces by permanently bonding them to other substrates without destroying them.
The Department of Family Medicine in the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is part of a four-university consortium that has been awarded $900,000 to participate in a new research initiative to change the way primary-care services are delivered and assessed.
In a perfect illustration of how structure determines function, researchers at the University at Buffalo have demonstrated how an exquisitely organized architecture in the cell nucleus controls precisely when and where genetic processes are activated, apparently influencing gene expression and regulation.
To help alleviate that shortage of health professionals in the state's underserved communities, the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo is teaming with the State University of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse and other New York professional schools.
Charles Trzcinka, associate professor of finance and managerial economics in the University at Buffalo School of Management, will testify before a congressional subcommittee investigating fees and price competition in the mutual-fund and bond markets.
UB will take the lead as one of the first public universities to initiate a campus-wide dialogue on religious issues and their relation to academia when Soul Solidarity Day, a day-long spiritual exchange, is held on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
UB’s Institute for Local Governance and Regional Growth has announced that a second round of incentive grants is available to school district-municipal partnerships through the 1998 Statewide Shared Services Program for School Districts and Municipalities.
The opportunity to ask specific questions about retirement issues is expected to draw both retirees and soon-to-be retirees to the Center for Tomorrow on the UB North (Amherst) Campus at 7 p.m. Sept. 29.
Charles V. Paganelli, Ph.D., SUNY Distinguished Service Professor emeritus at the University at Buffalo, will receive the prestigious Newman Award at the Annual Convocation and Liturgy of the Holy Spirit on Sept. 13.
Michael A. Meenaghan, D.D.S., Ph.D., professor emeritus in the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine and a dental researcher whose work over two decades significantly contributed to the use and safety of implants in the human body, died Monday (August 31, 1998) following a lengthy illness.
Kathryn A. Foster has been appointed the first director of research for the Institute for Local Governance and Regional Growth, a major UB public-service program and a unit of the Office of Public Service and Urban Affairs.
Michael E. Bernardino, M.D., vice president for health affairs at the University at Buffalo, will discuss "How an Academic Health Center Copes in a Chaotic Environment" during a "UB at Sunrise" breakfast program on Oct. 13.
Joseph A. Bellanti, M.D., director of Georgetown University's International Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Immunology, has received the Distinguished Medical Alumnus Award from the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.