Students participate in a sustainability forum, one of the many ways in which the UB community keeps its pulse on topics and issues in sustainability.
There’s a lot happening in sustainability at UB. Visit
this page for the latest news and updates.
Children attending the UB Child Care Center’s summer camp
last week learned about the importance of water to everyday life as
part of an annual summer program presented by the Office of
UB undergraduate Deshawn Henry has developed an easy,
inexpensive way to disinfect contaminated water, work that could
have a tremendous impact in developing countries.
Research could lead to regulatory guidelines for environmental
chemicals that disrupt ability to send ‘time-of-day’
A researcher at RENEW, Aga spoke about how antibiotics move
through ecosystems and how to detect them.
The purpose of the National Grid/UB Engineering Leadership Camp
is to stimulate student interest and to encourage curiosity.
By restoring abandoned buildings with found
materials, Andrew Perkins is battling a culture
of rampant consumerism and reckless waste—and
creating some pretty cool spaces in the process.