An article in Scientific American reports on a UB study finding that obese people have a higher risk for injuries in a car accident, partly because they are less likely to wear a seat belt.
UB's Arnd Pralle is quoted in an article in Nature that reports researchers have remotely activated genes inside living animals.
UB's Gene Morse, professor and associate dean for Clinical and Translational Research was interviewed by the journal Science.
Articles in ESPN and Sports Illustrated (among many other media outlets) report Danny White has been named UB's new athletic director.
Discovery News reported on the research of chemistry professor Sarbajit Banerjee and chemistry PhD candidate Robert Dennis.
An article on the front page of the Buffalo News reports UB has chosen the well-known, international architectural firm HOK to design its new $375 million medical school.
An article in The Washington Post about research efforts to make long-lasting batteries for cell phones and other devices quotes Esther Takeuchi.
An article on Wired reports a UB study has found that quantum dots -- tiny, luminescent crystals that could have a range of medical diagnostic uses -- are non-toxic to primates over a one-year period.
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