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RIA research has found the abuse of some prescription drugs by
college students can play a role in sexual assault and regretted
CT scans of a 37-million-year-old skull fossil reveal a clearer
picture of two very small, primitive species of a dog
A genetic variant associated strongly with the skin condition
may be a random artifact of evolution, a UB study finds.
In the sixth installment of the weekly "big idea" series, Yunju
Nam tackles economic inequality.
Mustafa Jarrar chose UB's Department of Biomedical Informatics
as the best place in the U.S. to work on biomedical ontology.
UB researchers have developed a simpler solution for the
mathematical equation that describes these enigmatic waves, called
A UB study found that public criticism of impoverished and
African-American fathers is largely unfounded.
The “East Los High” edutainment program is showing
that entertainment media can be leveraged for health promotion and
In the fifth installment in the weekly “big idea”
series, Mark Shepard proposes integrating technology with natural
A UB study has found that incomplete end-of-life treatment forms
can lead to the elderly receiving more care than they may have
UB's Research Institute on Addictions will use the funding to
develop and evaluate an online program specifically designed to
help these women.
A UB study has found that the working mothers who are most in
need of social support are the least likely to get it.
The UB research marks a step forward in the quest to develop
personalized brain stimulation as a treatment for disease.
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