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COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/27/2020
Researchers will simulate and help design safe, low-cost motors to propel nanosatellites and other vehicles into space.
The work by UB researchers could advance smart materials, soundproofing materials, shock absorbers, elastics cloaks and more.
Researchers in chemical, biological and biomedical engineering will develop innovative technologies for regenerative medicine and educate future leaders in the field.
UB’s Team Alice will evaluate a video designed to encourage de-prescribing talks with doctors and assess its impact on medication use.
UB election law expert James Gardner says a global trend toward authoritarianism is evident in this year’s presidential election.
The endowed fund is a tribute to the 40-plus-year partnership Genco spearheaded that led to pioneering advances in periodontal health.
The UB study also found that these potentially inappropriate drugs cost patients on average $450 a year.
The multi-institutional study could lead to development of an objective, simple test to diagnose mild traumatic brain injury.
A UB study concludes that PCBs, PBDEs and metabolites of DDT threaten the terns throughout their lives, from the moment they hatch.
These agents can stimulate the immune system to “take another look” at a foreign body.
The U.S. government is good at identifying successful entrepreneurial ventures, according to new School of Management research.
The public health crisis has intensified, rather than created, a festering national housing issue, says UB social work researcher Kelly Patterson.