UB 2020 News

4/13/18

Melissa Beckman has been recognized for her role as residency program administrator for the Department of Surgery by the ACGME.

4/12/18

Buffalo Automation, founded in 2015 by UB engineering students, has grown into one of the region’s most promising startups.

4/11/18

UB-led program develops a pipeline of workers who are prepared for changes coming to the manufacturing industry.

4/11/18

Two UB students take first place for developing a technology that integrates digital sound effects directly into guitars.

4/11/18

The fifth annual event focuses on understanding the many factors affecting health and well-being for refugee populations in Buffalo.

4/10/18

A federally funded study led by UB researchers will look at whether mobile produce markets are helping people eat healthier.

4/10/18

The UB event will bring together engineers and philosophers to discuss the place for capability within the general framework of ontology.

4/9/18

The School of Architecture and Planning program aims to develop prototypes for underserved areas in Buffalo that can be replicated across the U.S.

4/9/18

The two-day summit will bring the campus community together to explore new ways to increase diversity, equity and inclusion at UB.   

4/6/18

More than 100 student volunteers from the University at Buffalo will help to make Buffalo an even nicer place to live as part of UB Community Day to be held April 7 at locations throughout the city.

4/6/18

The conference will look at how big data and supercomputing have become essential to national security, medicine and other industries.

4/6/18

With UB RIS2E, pathologists, structural scientists and surgeons team up to enhance the way human structure is studied and taught.

4/5/18

To help fight tuberculosis and HIV, UB is teaming up with the University of the Western Cape and the University of Zimbabwe.

4/4/18

Attendees at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Annual Forum received an update on recent accomplishments and future plans.

4/3/18

The free April 14th event includes a documentary screening, demos, lunch and a conversation with female founders of local tech firms.