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COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/7/2022
Erie County results show that mask compliance was highest in June, when the region’s COVID-19 rate was low.
Nichol Castro, Christopher Heffner and Thea Knowles received three of the 10 new researcher grants awarded at ASHA’s annual meeting.
An expert on the role of melatonin, the UB pharmacologist's work builds upon that of her mentor and colleague Axelrod, a Nobel Prize winner.
First-of-its-kind research with an industry partner comes when many states are restricting delta-8-THC while legalizing the more potent delta-9.
With omicron surging, UB infectious disease expert Thomas Russo says all masks are not created equal.
The Empire Innovation Professor of Computer Science and Engineering holds more than 85 patents as either an inventor or co-inventor.
Trends examined with machine-learning analysis could help inform public health policies.
Don’t be misled by reports of “mild omicron,” UB researchers caution.
While recent recommendations have been to limit sun exposure to prevent skin cancer, there may also be a benefit to some sun exposure scientists say.
Radiant and flavorful, lychees were so beloved that they were domesticated not just once in ancient times, but independently in two different regions of China, a new study finds.