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A UB-led research team is creating software to
“clean” large datasets, making it easier for scientists
and the public to use big data.
UB faculty member Robert S. Miletich predicts that nuclear
imaging can transform the field of neuroscience as it did
Training can effectively build awareness of cultural
differences, but results vary based on content and length of
initiatives, a UB study has found.
UB engineers have found that one compressed stent sometimes is
more effective than two overlapping stents when treating brain
UB is the first testing ground for Bestest, which allows users
to instantly poll any of their contacts, or even larger groups.
A UB-led study also found that immigration actually appears to
be linked to reductions in some types of crimes.
Pain is a widespread, legitimate problem that must be remembered
amid opioid concerns, UB researcher Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk says
The “Smokeless Doesn’t Mean Harmless” campaign
fails to offer adequate information on the risks of smokeless vs.
traditional cigarettes, UB's Lynn Kozlowski says.
A study of Buffalo police officers suggests that high-stress
situations can disturb officers' awakening cortisol pattern,
leaving them vulnerable to disease.
You're less likely to impulse buy, according to results of a new
study from the School of Management.
With the funding, researchers will tackle four projects related
to energy, the environment and water sustainability.
Scientists, including UB biologist Victor Albert, say that for a
plant, the evolutionary pathway to acquiring a taste for meat may