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5/26/17

43North winner Efferent Labs developed an implantable device that scans cells with florescent light to detect changes.

5/25/17

SPHHP's Przybyla received two grants to examine barriers to usage of the HIV drug regimen and a less invasive way to measure adherence.

5/24/17

Garfield Walker has overcome many obstacles in his life, including a "death sentence by his genes."

5/24/17

Winners each receive a $6,000 prize, shared space at UB Business and Entrepreneur Partnerships and mentorship and other professional services.

5/24/17

Antibiotic combinations prove effective against two of a sextet of superbugs that cause the majority of U.S. hospital infections.

5/24/17

Suzanne Rosenblith, associate dean at Clemson University, has been named dean of the Graduate School of Education.

5/23/17

UB urban planner Robert Silverman has been elected chair of the Urban Affairs Association Governing Board.

5/23/17

$875,861 study funded by the Naval Sea Systems Command will have applications for military and commercial diving.

5/23/17

Success of the first four Levinas Philosophy Summer Seminars helped Department of Jewish Thought land $70,000 award.

5/23/17

Events marking the 150th anniversary of Wright's birth begin in June and continue through October.

5/22/17

Political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks about how impeachment works in the United States.

5/22/17

A UB PhD student is working on a new technology that would eliminate the need for batteries to power the units.

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Great grads

Nearly 6,000 students received degrees during commencement exercises this month. UB photographers were there to capture the excitement as graduates received their diplomas during the two College of Arts and Sciences ceremonies. See more photos from the morning and afternoon ceremonies. Photos: Douglas Levere and Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published May 23, 2017

The Future of Health Care

This spring, the School of Management launched a new speaker series to examine key issues facing organizations and society today. The inaugural event, "After the Affordable Care Act: A Nonpartisan Conversation on the Future of Health Care," brought together local health care leaders for a wide-ranging discussion on health care reform.

5/25/17

No, that wasn’t the Color Run happening next to the Student Union on May 23. It was Holi, an ancient Hindu celebration also known as the “festival of color” and where people throw colored powder, or gulal, at one another in a joyous affair signifying the triumph of good over evil. UB’s Graduate Indian Student Association organized this year’s event. See more. Photo: Douglas Levere.