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5/28/15

Fire-tolerant trees that bear edible nuts were unusually abundant near Native American villages in Chautauqua County, UB researchers say.

5/26/15

Three UB students are participating in a Pre-Seed Workshop for aspiring entrepreneurs interested in launching a high-tech company.

Stelios
5/15/15

The grant will support eight graduate students per year for five years.

5/13/15

The tool, developed by UB researchers, is used worldwide by academia, industry and government.

5/5/15

Many issues, from biological to environmental, determine effective weight control, but how people manage their own behavior is a big piece of that puzzle.

5/5/15

In mice, prolonged exposure to sound altered cells connected to the brain in a new UB-led study.

5/4/15

The treatment has shown promise in preventing the spread of tumors.

ublogo
5/1/15

UB professor considers trip to Nepal with research team to study performance of building structures.

4/27/15

They expect to create 39 jobs and invest $597,000 in the region within five years.

4/21/15

UB researchers contribute to study on new candidate drug that may help treat misfolded protein diseases like CMT, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

4/20/15

New biotech method could lead to development of HIV vaccine, targeted cancer treatment.

4/17/15
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) paper published today and co-authored by University at Buffalo neurosurgeons reports that stroke patients have a much better chance of surviving and returning to normal function when they receive clot-busting drugs in conjunction with a wire mesh stent device, than when they receive the medications alone.