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UB-led research finds an association between short sleep and higher risk of osteoporosis and low bone mineral density.
Researchers are working to complete an analysis of whether pollutants found in soil may have originated from Tonawanda Coke.
A $100,000 grant will support work to incorporate universal design principles into initiatives that are crucial to seniors.
From opium to the opioid epidemic, a UB pharmacologist’s new book explores the eternal quest to kill pain and attain new levels of consciousness.
UB geographer Marion Werner's study suggests that diet and health are important factors to consider when negotiating trade agreements.
Businesses that focus on innovation are more likely to be acquired — and receive a higher price when they are — according to new UB research.
UB researchers received funding from NASA to design a morphing spacecraft with wings that flap like a stingray’s pectoral fins.
From a bucket of dusty drawings unfolds the story of little-known architect A.E. Minks and the city he imagined.
Most mothers in the UB-led study had used cigarettes, alcohol, marijuana and cocaine during pregnancy, all obesity risk factors.
Women who did the highest amount of physical activity had an 18% lower risk of hip fracture and a 6% lower risk of total fracture.
But the results are mixed, with private deals underperforming public, according to a new School of Management study.
Neurovascular Diagnostics was co-founded by a local entrepreneur who lost his wife to brain aneurysms.