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A UB-led study found that patients who learned to control severe GI symptoms at home saw as much benefit as those treated with multiple clinic visits.
SUNY rsearchers will train West Indies scientists via a $1.1 million NIH award.
UB researchers have developed a new algorithm that cloud computing service providers can use to establish pricing and allocate resources.
UB study underscores need for older women to build up muscle strength early in the aging process.
Light causes the crystal lattice to swell, opening new possibilities for such applications as artificial muscles and tiny electronics.
The Bruce Holm Memorial Catalyst Fund will support projects ranging from retrieving precious metals used in manufacturing to improving MRIs.
Experts from Peking University and the European Union are among the presenters at the forum honoring the memory of Alison Des Forges.
UB research raises new concerns about how agriculture may be contributing to the spread of antibiotic resistance worldwide.
A new book co-authored by UB sociologist Kevin Smiley puts cities into two distinct categories: market cities and people cities.
Buffalo Automation, founded in 2015 by UB engineering students, has grown into one of the region’s most promising startups.
Two studies indicate public health officials may need to consider broadening their tobacco-prevention efforts beyond traditional cigarettes.
A federally funded study led by UB researchers will look at whether mobile produce markets are helping people eat healthier.