4/16/18

A senior research scientist at UB's Research Institute on Addictions has discovered how certain neurotransmitters are transported and reach their targets in the brain, which could lead to new drug therapies to help anxiety and other negative brain functions.

4/16/18

New book explores how to keep neighborhoods intact and affordable while pursuing environmental goals.

4/16/18

Extreme political views might be driving some people away from churches, but the actual number of departing parishioners is not large and those who leave are mostly marginally involved with the institution, according to a new UB study.

4/16/18

The findings are intriguing because helium is a noble gas, long considered to be “too aloof” to react with the other elements.

4/16/18

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

4/16/18

Study results could one day inform the design of new materials for protective gear, energy-harvesting devices and more.

4/16/18

National Cancer Institute funding will allow Lucia Leone and her team to expand their work by helping organizations across the Northeast and Southeast start mobile markets using the Veggie Van model.

4/16/18

Students and faculty in architecture, real estate development and urban planning will develop housing prototypes that will be replicable both for Buffalo and cities like it across the U.S.

4/16/18

The findings of two recently published studies on the emergence of hookah use indicate that public health officials may need to consider broadening their tobacco prevention efforts beyond traditional cigarettes.

4/16/18

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

4/17/18

The projects will receive a total of $134,000 from UB’s Bruce Holm Memorial Catalyst Fund.

4/17/18

Study raises new concerns about how agriculture may be contributing to the spread of antibiotic resistance worldwide.