University at Buffalo - The State University of New York
Skip to Content
Official UB news and information for the media
7/1/16

A new study shows that a harmless version of the notorious bacteria could help fight pneumococcal disease and other illnesses.

7/1/16

UB Dental's mobile dental van will travel to the Valley Community Center to bring healthy smiles to the Buffalo River community, providing a range of affordable oral health care services, including cleanings, fillings and educational outreach.

7/1/16

Stale evidence, unavailable witnesses and time make this difficult for the state, says UB's Charles Ewing.

7/5/16

The half-day session, part lecture and part LEGO building competition, is on July 21 and hosted by UB's Center for Industrial Effectiveness.

7/6/16

Panel's recommendations are not warranted until long-term studies on representative samples of smokers show this is good for public health overall, Lynn T. Kozlowski writes in new journal paper.

7/7/16

Dennis Black, vice president for university life and services, has resigned from the University at Buffalo effective today, President Satish K. Tripathi announced today.

7/7/16

UB’s Creative Arts Initiative, an innovative program dedicated to creating and producing new artistic work, has announced its first class of residencies and a full schedule of events for the 2016-17 academic year.

7/11/16

R. Lorraine Collins was named to committee that will develop a report summarizing adverse health effects of marijuana use, drug’s potential therapeutic uses.

7/11/16

A new research project tackles this question, with possible implications for disease control.

7/11/16

The medical imaging drink uses concentrated chlorophyll, the pigment that makes spinach green, to help diagnose and treat gastrointestinal illnesses.

7/12/16

A new UB study is helping researchers better understand how post-traumatic stress disorder fluctuates in students during their first year of college.

7/12/16

Like any stand-up comic, Andrew McConnell Stott knows a good punchline.

7/12/16

Three faculty members in the UB School of Nursing have received the Gregory J. Dimitriadis Research Mentoring Fellowship, which honors the late professor by supporting community-based research that confronts issues of social justice, equity and public policy.

8/17/16

Going with the flow might appear easier than sticking up for yourself when confronted with unanimous disagreement.

7/13/16

Consortium of MS Centers recognizes Susan Bennett as pioneer in comprehensive care of patients with multiple sclerosis.

7/19/16

UB students working under the direction of Ed Steinfeld and Peter Russell created designs for a Habitat for Humanity home renovation that feature principles of universal design – a first for Habitat Buffalo.

7/19/16

The struggle to adapt to prehistoric climate change may hold lessons for today’s world, UB and Canisius researchers say.

7/19/16

The grants align with a White House plan for next-gen mobile networks.

7/27/16

Completed in 1879 as an insane asylum, the building — now home to the School of Architecture and Planning — is the university's first to receive the historic designation.

 

 

7/21/16

On Saturday, July 30, local primary care physicians and providers are invited to attend “Primary Care and the Opioid Crisis in WNY: Inheriting the Pharmacotherapy of Patients with Chronic Pain."

7/22/16

UB will hold the fourth annual PANTC conference, a free three-day exploration on bioethics and the philosophy of medicine to be presented by the Department of Philosophy, July 28-30.

7/25/16

Award-winning actors James Franco and John Cleese, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. and astronauts Mark Kelly and Scott Kelly are among the speakers who will headline the 2016-17 Distinguished Speakers Series.

7/25/16

The gene kicked into action dormant cellular processes that help prevent weak bones, clogged arteries and other telltale signs of growing old.

7/26/16

The Department of Family Medicine in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at UB applied for, and was awarded, three prestigious grants totaling more than $6 million to support research, training and workforce development in the field of primary care.

7/26/16

The ACS is one of the world’s largest scientific societies and publisher of some of the most prominent journals in the field of chemistry.

7/28/16

Research will focus on chalcogenide perovskites — materials with promising qualities for harvesting solar energy.

7/27/16

UB CAT, a program of UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, has awarded more than $500,000 in funding to 16 life sciences companies.

7/27/16

UB GEM provides seed funding for research that will tackle how microbes affect pregnancy, obesity, tooth decay and more.

7/27/16

The University at Buffalo will continue its celebration of summer tonight  with UB on the Green, the university’s free outdoor event series featuring live music, dancing and hands-on activities for the entire family.

7/27/16

The new courses reflect how increased globalization has changed the way business is done.

7/28/16

The awards come from SMART, a new initiative focusing on the future of manufacturing in Buffalo and beyond.

7/28/16

The Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics today announced a contract with Garwood Medical Devices LLC that will create 40 new jobs in five years.

7/28/16

Counterfeit drugs, spoiled pills and unsupervised treatments are a few of the risks of using online pharmacies, says UB pharmacy practice expert Karl Fiebelkorn.

7/28/16

The optics advancement may solve an approaching data bottleneck by helping to boost computing power and information transfer rates tenfold.

7/29/16

“America is polarized. Our political parties are highly polarized and the American electorate is highly polarized,” writes UB political scientist James E. Campbell.