5/1/12
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.
5/4/12
UB's Arnd Pralle is quoted in an article in Nature that reports researchers have remotely activated genes inside living animals.
5/7/12
UB's Gene Morse, professor and associate dean for Clinical and Translational Research was interviewed by the journal Science.
5/9/12
Articles in ESPN and Sports Illustrated (among many other media outlets) report Danny White has been named UB's new athletic director.
5/17/12
Discovery News reported on the research of chemistry professor Sarbajit Banerjee and chemistry PhD candidate Robert Dennis.
5/17/12
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.
5/18/12
An article in The Washington Post about research efforts to make long-lasting batteries for cell phones and other devices quotes Esther Takeuchi.
5/22/12
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.