News and views for UB faculty and staff
A UB-led research team is creating software to
“clean” large datasets, making it easier for scientists
and the public to use big data.
With the funding, researchers will tackle four projects related
to energy, the environment and water sustainability.
Scientists, including UB biologist Victor Albert, say that for a
plant, the evolutionary pathway to acquiring a taste for meat may
UB PhD student Misa Yasumiishi returned to her native Japan to
research the lingering effects of the Fukushima nuclear
A UB PhD candidate is working to bring a hydrogen-generating
device to your car and keep your lithium-ion battery from wearing
A research team led by Jo Freudenheim will examine DNA
methylation differences in e-cigarette users compared to
non-smokers and smokers.
The device developed UB researchers and colleagues could help
people without drinking water and those affected by natural
UB pharmacy researchers have received a $1.8M grant to test a
new seek-and-destroy cancer treatment.
A simple cheek full of dextrose gel keeps hypoglycemic babies
with Mom, promotes breastfeeding and saves health care costs.
A UB study funded by the NIH aims to find out if providing more
non-food alternatives could help prevent childhood obesity.
Singing can provide an understanding of the relationship between
perceiving and doing, UB psychologist Peter Pfordresher says.
Twitter can be an effective way to gather passenger information,
according to results of a preliminary UB study.
African immigrant mothers rarely pass down to their children
cultural views regarding sex, a UB study has found.