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12/16/14

What makes cancer cells sensitive or resistant to chemotherapy? University at Buffalo researchers are working on an answer, thanks to a $792,000 grant from the American Cancer Society.

12/15/14

The new research suggests that the Greenland Ice Sheet may lose ice more rapidly in the near future than previously thought.

Teens smoking. This image may not be reused.
12/10/14

In measuring teen nicotine use, public health agencies often rely on data that are too crude, researchers say.

Brain scans
12/4/14

A lack of longitudinal studies on CTE hinders scientists’ ability to understand how the brain disease is linked to behavioral health symptoms in former athletes.

12/4/14

Winning apps help users find information on child care, Thruway conditions, rental properties, landlords and other topics in Western New York.

11/25/14

The new transport system for DNA vaccines could help treat HIV, malaria and other major illnesses.

11/23/14

UB expert Joseph Atkinson can discuss how flooding could affect Western New York as warmer weather settles over areas that received huge amounts of snowfall this week.

a spotlight illuminates a small, 3-D building on a map as a user touches it
11/19/14

Touch-responsive maps designed in part by UB researchers give independence to the visually impaired.

11/17/14

More than 8,000 international students in WNY — 6,504 at UB — contributed over $194 million to the economy.

11/17/14

Enstice will address how the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus works to bring new industry and economic vitality into downtown Buffalo.

11/13/14

Wearable devices can count the steps you take and the calories you burn. But can they help soldiers in the field? Or prevent someone from having a heart attack? Researchers at Sentient Science and the University at Buffalo say yes.

11/10/14
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Veterans aren’t surprised when they suffer hearing loss after combat exposure to explosions, but they may be surprised to know that their vision may also suffer.