10/19/18

A new book club brings together medical students and East Side residents in an effort to better understand and adress racial barriers.

10/19/18

A new study finds that terahertz data links aren’t as immune to eavesdropping as many have assumed.

10/19/18

UB Engineers Without Borders has formed a five-year partnership with La Laguna to provide clean drinking water to the community.

10/19/18

Cytocybernetics will use an SBIR award to develop a device for studying drugs that treat neurological disorders.

10/18/18

The UB expert in liver disease and hepatitis C virus uses telemedicine and other innovations to treat HCV in people who inject drugs.

10/18/18

The effort seeks to raise $1 million to improve the experience and education of UB students.

10/18/18

Computational modeling shows promise as a tool for probing this question, a study finds.

10/18/18

The UB professor of Ob/Gyn and Roswell deputy director joins the prestigious academy that informs health policy.

10/17/18

A new UB project will examine the ethical and social concerns raised by the increasing use of artificial intelligence in the criminal justice system.

10/17/18

The discovery by the UB-led research team could help trace 3D-printed guns and counterfeit goods.

10/17/18

UB geneticist James Jarvis, who is of Native American ancestry, says the reliability of DNA testing is also in question.

10/16/18

The Canadian tobacco researcher will discuss the impacts of science-based tobacco-control policies.

Homecoming weekend

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

Learning beyond borders

UB’s Global Partners Studio builds relationships to offer students opportunities for experiential learning on global issues.

The new Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies looked at the past, present and future of the field at UB at its inaugural conference last Friday. The co-founders of UB's Women's Studies College, one of the first women's studies programs in the nation — (from left) Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, Bonita Hampton and Sherri Darrow — delivered the conference's keynote presentation. Photo: Douglas Levere

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