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The president's annual address celebrates record enrollments, multimillion-dollar grants, faculty awards and national rankings that have never been higher.
The discovery by the UB-led research team could help trace 3D-printed guns and counterfeit goods.
A new UB project will examine the ethical and social concerns raised by the increasing use of artificial intelligence in the criminal justice system.
UB geneticist James Jarvis, who is of Native American ancestry, says the reliability of DNA testing is also in question.
The Canadian tobacco researcher will discuss the impacts of science-based tobacco-control policies.
The training program funded by a grant to the School of Nursing will help better predict the functional decline, mortality and sleep of patients.
UB’s student-designed sustainable house is now open on the South Campus as a clean energy and sustainability engagement center.
A new system for automatically detecting prejudice in social media posts can help constrain this behavior online, new UB research has found.
The UB Faculty Jazz Quartet will perform a concert of works by Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner as part of “Jazz Impressions: 1968.”
The UB study is the first to highlight sex differences in thermal behavior and could one day inform development of new athletic apparel.
Seven artists will explore the intersection of nature and the unnatural as the newest residents in UB Coalesce: Center for Biological Arts.
Lawn signs espousing wishes for freedom aim to promote UB’s values as a community.
Homecoming offered a variety of activities to appeal to UB alums and students alike. Enjoy this recap of the weekend. Photos: Douglas Levere
Published October 16, 2018
Sean Kaczmarek chose a two-year academic and social adventure in the United Kingdom, and now returns to put those life lessons to work in a City of Buffalo classroom. Read the full story
University Communications' drone camera records the burgeoning fall colors in the University Heights neighborhood adjacent to the UB South Campus. Photo: Douglas Levere
An article in Vice reports UB researcher Wenyao Xu has discovered how to track 3D-printed objects, including guns, using the unique “fingerprints” that 3D printers leave on the objects they produce.
WBFO reports on UB President Satish K. Tripathi's State of the University address, which noted extensive faculty research and record enrollments.
The New York Times interviews UB expert Kenneth Leonard, who said spirituality can help those trying to overcome addiction, but you “can’t just pray these problems away.”