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A new drug discovered through a collaboration between UB researchers and Tetra Therapeutics may protect against symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.
EarEcho, the novel biometric tool being developed by UB computer scientist Zhanpeng Jin, uses sound waves to identify the ear canal’s unique geometry.
UB social work researcher Annahita Ball led a team that developed an affordable tool to measure parents' perceptions of their child's school.
UB researchers have found an effective, minimally invasive method of treating the intractable and growing problem of chronic neuropathic pain.
The UB-led quantum technology advancement could help lead to improvements in computing and data processing.
Mimicking mother of pearl, researchers created a lightweight plastic 14 times stronger than steel and ideal for absorbing the impact of bullets.
UB engineers have developed a dynamic gripper that mimics the adjustable grip of a human hand, an advancement that could improve industrial safety.
Searching for a flash of orange and a flutter of wings, UB students recently tagged monarch butterflies in a Buffalo park to track the insects' spectacular migration.
A study identifies dozens of new carbon structures that are expected to be superhard, including some that may be about as hard as diamonds.
The new method developed by UB researchers is expected to minimize the variability in diagnoses among pathologists.
Biotech startup Helios-NRG is cultivating algae in UB’s Dorsheimer greenhouse with the goal of fighting climate change.
A UB study found that policy makers must develop a more nuanced relationship with the sciences and the kinds of knowledge their work can provide.