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4/24/17

A historic long-lost lantern will be reunited with its mate when the new building for the medical school opens its doors later this year.

4/24/17

The UB researcher is a member of the inaugural class of fellows of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.

4/24/17

The informal meetings between students and faculty aim to overcome the “intimation factor” associated with traditional office hours.

4/21/17

Longtime faculty are making gifts to help fund renovation of 300 operatories that are used in training and patient care.

4/21/17

UB's 13th annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence honored the successes of UB's outstanding students.

4/21/17

UB faculty member David Holmes recently led a group of UB medical students on a medical mission to Panama. Here is their story.

4/21/17

Hot and dry weather after wildfires leads to decreased plant diversity, a concern for California and other areas, a new study finds.

4/20/17

UB physicist helps prove that strongly nonlinear systems can reach equilibrium after all.

4/20/17

The grants support research and education in wireless networks, saltwater desalination and the “Internet of Things.”

4/20/17

GSE representatives will present their work at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

4/19/17

The founder of the popular street portrait blog replaces actor James Franco in UB's Distinguished Speakers Series.

4/19/17

Some 5,894 students are candidates to receive degrees and certifications during 18 ceremonies being held April 28 through May 24.

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In the spotlight

UB students took to the stage in the Center for the Arts atrium for the first "UB on Stage" open mic. The event featured 39 student acts presenting music, comedy, poetry and dance. It was sponsored by the CFA with support from the undergraduate Student Association and Campus Living. Photos: Chad Cooper

Published April 17, 2017

Making the workplace safer

Engineers in UB's Ergonomics and Biomechanics Lab are working on a project that focuses on implementing sensor technology in the workplace to track fatigue and allow for intervention.

 

4/20/17

One of the mini spuds that spent five weeks on the International Space Station has sprouted in its new home in UB's Dorsheimer greenhouse. Others should soon follow, according to UB plant biologists who are advising the three Buffalo Public School students who conceived of the project. Read the story. Photo: Douglas Levere