8/17/18

The SUNY Distinguished Professor is being honored for a lifetime of service by the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists.

8/16/18

Yu-Ping Chang and Sharon Hewner have been recognized by the American Academy of Nursing for their contributions to nursing and health care.

8/16/18

A class of proteins that has attracted attention for its potential to treat disease has now been shown to curb drug-seeking behaviors.

8/16/18

UB employees turn out to give back to the community during the United Way's annual day of service.

8/15/18

New research and recreational activities ensure that UB's lake is the campus focal point it was always meant to be.

8/15/18

UB RENEW’s partnership with the city of Buffalo places RENEW Fellows in City Hall to work on environmental and energy projects.

8/15/18

The Social Impact Fellows program pairs MBA and MSW students to develop solutions to social issues facing our region.

8/14/18

Daniel Courteau spent six weeks in Washington, D.C., this summer getting an introduction into the U.S. foreign service.

8/14/18

The $3 million award from the Kaleida Health Foundation to UB researchers will be used to apply the power of big data to promote earlier detection and treatment.

8/13/18

Aerobic exercise could be a useful strategy for relapse prevention as part of a comprehensive treatment program, new RIA research has found.

8/13/18

UB research finds adolescents who receive funding to pay for an abortion face more barriers to abortion access than adult abortion-fund patients.

8/10/18

UB’s self-driving shuttle — which advances NYS as a hub for autonomous vehicle research — made its public debut on the North Campus.

From mother to child?

UB chemists are studying how chemicals such as flame retardants and pesticides accumulate in the local ecosystem, including in fish, birds and bird eggs. One goal is to learn whether chemicals can pass from mother birds to their young, to eggs. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published August 16, 2018

A closer look

Go behind the scenes of “See It Through Buffalo,” the documentary being screened at the Time Space Existence exhibition in Venice, in this video featuring interviews with UB School of Architecture and Planning faculty and students involved in the making of the film.

Workers add the UB logo to the sign bearing the name of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on the building's entrance at Washington and High streets. Installation of the sign is the final piece of construction of the building. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki