Buffalo Business First’s program honors 40 men and women — all under the age of 40 — who are successful professionally and active in the community.


The UB professor is technical director for the U.S. entry in the Prague Quadrennial, the global showcase for the best in scenography.


A seed grant from the Incarceration and Public Health Action Network will support a new course in the School of Public Health and Health Professions.


The partnership between UB's Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences and The Center for Discovery supports the growth of translational research and innovation.


Moving forward, the study team will examine whether pollutants found in soil may have originated from the Tonawanda Coke plant.


Faculty members Stelios Andreadis and Steven Diver are the recipients of the 2018-19 Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring Award.


The findings of a UB study suggest that difficulties with audiovisual processing contribute to the learning disorder.


Nursing climbs 52 spots to No. 8 in the 2019 U.S. News rankings, while GSE comes in at No. 25 in its seventh consecutive year on the list.


Films to be screened in the popular Buffalo Film Series include “African Queen,” “Dr. Zhivago” and “The Deer Hunter.”


The exhibition by Jillian Mayer explores how art can function and/or aid during times of disaster or when the planet becomes uninhabitable.


UB researchers have received a $3.3 million grant to evaluate the effectiveness of linking students' special ed programs with their daily work in class.


A UB study found that fear and anger related to the 2016 election and the issue of climate change had different effects on conservatives and liberals.


The scent of human exertion under stressful conditions is created at the Burchfield Penney Art Center by Paul Vanouse, award-winning UB art professor and director of Coalesce: Center for Biological Art. "Labor" is on view through March 31. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published January 14, 2019

Museum marks 25 years

The Apothecary in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has provided visitors with the immersive experience of an early 1900s pharmacy since 1993.

As we brace for a pummeling by Mother Nature this weekend, we have to admit that it's been a pretty mild winter so far. Photo: Douglas Levere

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