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COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/14/2021
Data from the research could facilitate efforts to prevent and treat adverse pregnancy outcomes, and show the importance of evolutionary medicine.
A new algorithm developed by UB faculty member Haimonti Dutta searches historic documents to identify noteworthy people.
Scientists found patients who used drugs that treat heartburn, acid reflux and ulcers were more likely to have smaller gaps between their teeth and gums.
The newly endowed chair was created thanks to a $1 million gift to the UB’s Boldly Buffalo campaign from the Walter E. Schmid Family Foundation.
Inspired by kids’ pop-up books, the advancement could help improve experimental drug testing, artificial organs and more.
Infectious disease specialist Timothy Murphy explains why getting that seasonal vaccination is especially important this year.
The UB finance professor will travel to Carleton University in Ottawa and hold the Fulbright Canada Distinguished Research Chair in Entrepreneurship.
The research adds to a decades-long, existential debate: Are the soft corals Plexaura homomalla and Plexaura kükenthali a single species, or not?
A new paper explores how the opinions of an electorate may be reflected in a mathematical model inspired by models of magnetic systems.
UB nursing researchers Hequembourg and Livingston will address disparities in alcohol and drug abuse among sexual minority youth.