News and views for UB faculty and staff
Americans are in for a rare treat, UB faculty say, as the
“path of totality” of next week's solar eclipse makes
landfall in the U.S. for the first time since 1979.
Using self-distancing language in stressful situations can help
us “see” ourselves through someone else’s eyes,
according to new UB research.
A new optical device developed by a UB-led research team could
help detect drugs, bomb-making chemicals and more.
A UB-led study is the first to report an association between
periodontal disease and gallbladder cancer risk in women or
Coolture, a company assisted by UB research, seeks to expand
beyond the medical device market.
The university's status as an academic leader in geographic
information science helped attract the scientific conference.
UB engineer Souma Chowdhury is working to adapt teams of drones
to assist in emergency response and disaster relief.
The high quality of UB students led Karyn Tareen to relocate her
GIS company from Florida to the UB Technology Incubator.
The evolutionary history of a salivary protein may point to
interbreeding between humans and an enigmatic ancient relative.
A book by emeritus prof Alan Lockwood warns that rising global
temperatures can cause social unrest and create barriers to
UB physicians have published a study that challenges a surgical
practice used for decades during arthroscopic knee surgery.
The mammalian diving reflex was the idea behind the technique
that raises blood pressure in a simulation of blood loss in trauma
Research finds osteoporosis treatment lowers the risk of severe
periodontitis by nearly 50 percent in postmenopausal women
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