3/21/19

The UB study examined 190,000 patients over 15 years and found that acid reflux drugs increase the risk of kidney disease by 20 percent.

3/21/19

New research led by biologist Omer Gokcumen uncovers a complex story that hints at how adaptable — yet delicate — humans are as a species.

3/20/19

The School of Law's Center for the Advancement of Sport will train lawyers for the sports industry and promote interdisciplinary research

3/20/19

An evening of jazz and the music of Kurt Weill are the focus of back-to-back concerts this month.

3/20/19

The UB-led study found that the refugee women have healthier pregnancies than women born in the U.S., despite receiving less prenatal care.

3/19/19

The innovative research and advocacy initiative aims to combat medical errors and polypharmacy in the elderly.

3/19/19

UB makes its third straight appearance in the Big Dance as the 10th seed in the Albany Region.

3/19/19

The men's and women's basketball teams aren't the only UB sports teams vying for a national championship this month.

3/18/19

Senior CJ Massinburg has been named the MAC Player of the Year and coach Nate Oats has earned his second straight MAC Coach of the Year honor.

3/18/19

Though it’s easy to hear a singer hit a bad note, what’s contributing to that inaccuracy might actually be inaudible, according to the results of a new UB-led study.

3/17/19

The men's basketball team's draw in the NCAA Tournament sets up a potential matchup with former Bulls' coach Bobby Hurley's Arizona State team.

3/17/19

The Bulls now have to wait until Monday’s selection show to see who they'll play in the NCAA Tournament.

Walk to victory

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown joins the fun as the UB community sends the men's and women's basketball teams off to their first-round games in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki and Paul Hokanson

Published March 19, 2019

UB Sustainability Stories featuring Mike Forster, our on-campus energy whiz!

Sustainability story

Sustainability Stories highlight members of the UB community who help make the campus greener. Mike Forster, assistant director of utility operations, practices sustainability on a daily basis.

The winners of this year's 3 Minute Thesis competition — (from left) Abdulrahman Hassaballah (third place), Riddhi Falk-Mahapatra (first place and People's Choice) and Konstantinos Plakas (second place) — pose together on stage. The annual contest challenges UB doctoral students from any discipline to inform an audience what their research is — and why it matters — for the chance to win monetary prizes. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

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