For several UB faculty members, competitive badminton is a great way to stay in shape — and relieve some frustration.


GSE faculty member Ji-Won Son is again conducting the Summer Math Program for 5th- through 8th-grade girls.


UB students' sustainable burger alternative impresses judges at the World's Challenge Challenge Global Finals.


UB scientists have been awarded $1.8 million to develop membranes that can separate carbon dioxide from other emissions.


UB researchers stress the importance of improving primary doctors' understanding of adolescent substance use to better address health needs.


Comprehensive report details the opportunities, challenges and key considerations surrounding five subsectors of clean energy.


“Now What?!” documents the often-overlooked history of the architecture and design community as part of larger social and political movements over the last 50 years.


Team from the Master of Science in Management Information Systems program won for their entry on waste management solutions.


New award acknowledges AADR members who have made significant contributions to the association and helped further its mission.


The first-of-its-kind collaboration is bringing a new holistic perspective to health care for residents of Buffalo’s East Side.


The UB-led study’s findings from the Tennessee Stories Project can inform educators, clinicians and policymakers.


SA’s Summer Film Series returns with free screenings of films that include the recently released “Rocketman” and the blockbuster “Avengers: Endgame.”

The making of catalysts

Summer is here, but life in the lab goes on! In the Department of Chemistry, Assistant Professor David Lacy and his team make and study catalysts — chemical compounds that speed up the rate of important chemical reactions that happen everywhere from inside the human body to inside the walls of factories. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published June 20, 2019

UB Athletics Director, Mark Alnutt, speaking with UB Bulls supporters at "Night with the Bulls" event.

Night with the Bulls

Bulls fans turned out to support UB Athletics at the annual event, held this year at the new Aloft hotel in downtown Buffalo.

Workers remove letters from the renamed Pharmacy building.

New name

Facilities staff have begun removing the “Kapoor Hall” signage from the home of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. The South Campus building is being renamed the “Pharmacy Building” after the SUNY Board of Trustees approved a resolution revoking the building’s current name. Read the story. Photo: Douglas Levere

Published June 24, 2019

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