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Discovery Newsletter

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UB partners with Roswell / U of Rochester for Empire Discovery Institute (EDI)

The new institute will streamline efforts to turn groundbreaking drug research into viable treatments and medicines, bringing new companies and new jobs.

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Researchers Tell Stories

UB has innovative researchers who are passionate about their work and the university. Hear them talk about what sparks their imaginations, keeps them motivated and how they enjoy sharing with students and colleagues. Click on the still photos to hear more.

  • 4/11/17

    Other professors who showed me a technique that examines all the genes in the entire database of 30,000 genes.

  • 4/11/17

    Nils Napp, Robotics Researcher in the Computer Science and Engineering Department , Bio Inspired Algorythym Design to figure out why people bodies work so well and then figure out how to use it for robots

  • 8/9/17

    Gut Bacteria's effect on Kidney and Cardiovascular disease.  Benefit of ProBiotics.

  • 4/11/17

    From China to California to Buffalo. This place is land of fairytale, everything was white when I arrived.

  • 8/9/17

    Driven by seeing things we are not using well, missed opportunities in community can be solved through Research.  Through Research we can be sure the solution will work.

  • 4/11/17

    After being away for 22 years, I can’t recall that there has ever been a more exciting time to be at UB than right now.

  • 4/11/17

    From China where we didn’t have snow.  Now my family spends time skiing.

  • 6/4/18

    Ability to fabricate on small scale, human organs moving closer to dream of fabricating real human organs.

  • 4/11/17

    To combine interests and strengths of Math and Science and Curiosity to find out things people don’t know.

  • 4/11/17

    Geometric Reasoning. How to represent objects. Helping computers understand how humans understand and identify objects.

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