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More than $110,000 in funding will support pilot studies on a
superbug, psoriasis and eczema, and three deadly fungi.
Children with Type 2 diabetes tend to have poorer oral health
than children who don't, study finds.
The new HiTOP model addresses what the authors say are
limitations to the traditional models like DSM-5.
A UB researcher's streamlined analysis may provide additional
tools to treat a variety of psychological disorders.
UB architect Jin Young Song’s Emboss Tower design was a
finalist in an international competition focused on more
The UB-led study is based on the virtual actions of more than
80,000 players of the role-playing video game ArcheAge.
A UB study aims to evaluate the role of pharmacists in patients'
transition from hospital to home.
A UB team is developing a tool that uses MP3 principles to
alleviate the problem of multiple alarms blending together and
failing to alert caregivers to emergencies.
Foxtrot or tango? On the biological dance floor, careful
choreography may decide how well a suitor is able to woo a
A UB study yields neural crest cells from adult skin cells, and
could lead to new treatments for Parkinson’s and other brain
Talks on glacial ice and global warming at the 47th annual
International Arctic Workshop are open to the public.
Funding and tax incentives are extended to WIN's partner
incubator companies until 2021.
No events scheduled.