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COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/11/2021
A UB study digs into the history of summer in southern Greenland, with findings that hold a message of caution as the world warms again.
Rehabilitation science professor Ghazala Saleem focuses her work on injuries in children and those related to intimate partner violence.
A School of Management study found that ambitious employees in informal leadership roles can get burned out when they don’t receive support from their bosses.
A federal grant will support UB research into developing better care management and coordination for patients transitioning from hospitals into the community.
Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius could halve sea level rise caused by melting land ice this century, according to an international team that includes UB's Sophie Nowicki
The two research teams seek to develop treatment options that could benefit patients with multiple sclerosis, hemophilia and more.
C. albicans’ ability to shift forms can help it cause dangerous infections, and a UB study suggests that a protein called Sir2 aids this transition.
When meat-eaters feel guilty, they choose healthier meat dishes — instead of veggies — according to new UB research.
The UB forensic dentist is the first woman to receive the award recognizing contributions to forensic odontology.
Biochemist Gabriela Popescu is one UB researcher who has found success with a team science-based approach.
The new process developed by a UB researcher can help organizations learn more from their internet-connected devices.
The UB computer scientist will use the award to investigate ways to streamline complex web applications.