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UB’s physics department is hosting a conference this week for researchers working with the Large Hadron Collider.
The Department of Chemistry’s CHEM 360° initiative offers undergrads a summer of lab work, as well as instruction on ethics and social media.
The findings suggest that the country may need to re-evaluate its standards for nitrogen dioxide.
A study of survivors’ near-miss experiences on 9/11 contributes to an understanding of what counts as exposure trauma.
UB faculty member Jun-Xu Li has received a $2M NIH grant to look at a receptor that has recently emerged as a novel target for treating drug addiction.
The new guidelines could offer an alternative to opioids to treat oral mucositis, the painful side effect of head and neck cancer treatment.
A study found that while the commonly used imaging linear contrast agent does accumulate in the brain, there is no discernible clinical impact.
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, peace and economic opportunity are percolating, thanks to UB efforts to develop a more inclusive coffee value chain.
The prototype by faculty member Jin Young Song features a structural module with a unique interlocked configuration that is easily assembled by a single worker.
The Trial Innovation Network is designed to pave the way for investigators to perform multi-site studies in more efficient and cost-effective ways.
The dual legal land systems in the African country lead to exploitation of the poor, according to a paper co-authored by UB urban planner Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah.
The new study led by Heather Ochs-Balcom seeks to identify genes that are unique to breast cancer in African American women.