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COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/10/2021
The UB ice scientist's work on the UN publication reflects a decade of leadership on international collaborations.
UB-led research could help lead to treatments for atherosclerosis, osteoporosis and other age-related disorders.
The award to Ying Xu will support research to better understand the role of brain enzymes in the early stages of the disease.
Having second- or third-degree relatives with colorectal cancer increases a person’s risk of developing the disease, according to the findings of a new study.
The UB law professor’s new book is a biography of pioneering civil liberties attorney Morris Ernst.
The research lays the groundwork for improving the success of medical and dental implants.
The system uses Doppler technology to measure the echo created by hand movements.
Several faculty members in the School of Public Health and Health Professions have recently received recognition for their expertise and work in their fields.
The UB team’s “archipelago” provides new insights into how genomic information influences development and disease.
New research led by UB psychologist Eduardo Mercado continues to challenge current thinking about whale songs.