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COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/16/2021
While humans are unlikely to evolve supepowers like the Marvel Universe characters, Iron Man's brains are one exception, UB anthropologist Evan Simons tells "Curious Kids."
A UB study shows how to make stable and large aerogels that remove heavy metals, organic solvents and organic dyes.
The SUNY Distinguished Professor and Empire Innovation Professor will continue working on the engineering and physics faculties.
A pioneering new study by UB psychologist Michael Poulin examines the social effects of mindfulness.
Like the insect, the new tech lowers its temperature to harvest condensed water and — of course — it consumes no electricity.
New UB research shows how development of health information technology can be improved to reduce patient safety errors.
The Community Health Equity Research Institute's new website will help community groups explore potential collaborations with UB.
Guest speakers who discussed reshaping education at the GSE event included New York Times bestselling author Christopher Emdin.
The UB faculty member is being recognized by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for his exceptional contributions to the field.
The work, which examines risk factors down to the county level, could lead to more tailored public health strategies.
Noted vaccine researcher John R. Mascola outlined the development of the COVID-19 vaccines and looked ahead to the future in his keynote adress at the CTSI Annual Forum.
Patients with mild or moderate symptoms are needed for the NIH-funded study of drugs that received emergency use authorizations early in the pandemic.