Research News

Students keep their distance as they board a Stampede bus.
8/3/20

UB scientists offer data that show that if they're deployed widely, behaviors like mask-wearing can help avoid outbreaks like those in the South and West.

8/7/20

The UB-led study found that elevated heart rate in children with dilated cardiomyopathy increases their risk of dying or needing a heart transplant.

8/6/20

UB sociologist Christopher Dennison's research suggests factors contributing to one behavior are similar to those contributing to the other.

8/5/20

The UB-led study found the male hormone reversed the condition in one-third of men with Type 2 diabetes.  

8/5/20

A comprehensive literature review by UB neurologist Gil Wolfe suggests the virus can cause and exacerbate neuromuscular symptoms in some patients.

8/4/20

The Stop Spinning My Wheels project combines treatment with research to help women.

8/3/20

UB scientists offer data that show that if they're deployed widely, behaviors like mask-wearing can help avoid outbreaks like those in the South and West.

7/31/20

UB scientists use advanced techniques to observe how a specific crystalline sponge changes shape as it loses water molecules.

7/27/20

Researchers in the UB School of Management have developed a new framework to make supply chains more resilient during a crisis like COVID-19.

7/24/20

Study found an average of 13 pollutants in each silicone wristband worn by a small sample of children in Montevideo, Uruguay.

7/23/20

When medical treatment for a loved one is on the line, people will more readily give up another person’s information, study finds.

7/21/20

The research adds to a body of work devoted to understanding the protein’s role in cell biology and health.

7/20/20

The project co-led by UB geologist Jason Briner could reveal when the ice last retreated, laying the foundation for better models of future sea level rise.