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3/23/17

The keynote speaker at UB's annual conference will offer advice for women pursuing STEM careers.

3/23/17

The UB-led study is based on the virtual actions of more than 80,000 players of the role-playing video game ArcheAge.

3/23/17

The second phase of the Heart of the Campus project will consolidate essential student services in one convenient location.

3/22/17

The UB Libraries presents an exhibit that explores the year that helped to define the university.

3/22/17

SUNY Distinguished Professor Marilyn E. Morris has been named chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

3/21/17

A UB study aims to evaluate the role of pharmacists in patients' transition from hospital to home.

3/21/17

The renowned string quartet will perform UB composer David Felder's “Netivot” in a concert March 31 at UB.

3/21/17

The annual event on the North Campus provides high-achieving high school students with a glimpse of a “big college” experience.

3/20/17

A UB team is developing a tool that uses MP3 principles to alleviate the problem of multiple alarms blending together and failing to alert caregivers to emergencies.

3/20/17

Foxtrot or tango? On the biological dance floor, careful choreography may decide how well a suitor is able to woo a partner.

11/2/16

A new UB study reports how a new weak-control laser beam could lead to more powerful, energy-efficient computer chips. 

11/2/16

UB architect Dennis Maher's ‘ A Second Home’ in Pittsburgh features a fantasy world of thousands of found and altered objects.

11/2/16

The Technē Institute's election night event, The Purple State, explores the impact of social media on elections and voter behavior.

11/1/16

The Office of Economic Development was honored by the state Economic Development Council for its success with START-UP NY.

11/1/16

The conference will address new evidence-based methods aimed at curtailing the most serious cases of family violence.

11/1/16

Tech startups funded by venture capitalists go public sooner and are more innovative than those partnering with angel investors, a UB study has found.

10/31/16

For UB students  voting in their first presidential election on Nov. 8, this year's polarizing campaign is triggering unexpected emotions.

10/31/16

The final installment of the "DifCon" series tackled the Flint water crisis and whether Buffalo has its own issues with high lead levels in its water.

10/31/16

UB sociologist Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk says news coverage of celebrities' out-of-wedlock childbirth can serve as an agent for social change.