News and views for UB faculty and staff
A UB team attended the D.C. event during which university-linked
startups presented their businesses to top companies and
In this second installment in a weekly series, Teresa Miller
offers her “big idea” to deal with mass
The study by UB computer engineers found that a smartphone can
hack a 3-D printer by measuring “leaked” energy and
In this weekly series, UB faculty members propose audacious
ideas from their fields that they would like to implement
The National Prevention Network Conference brings experts to
Buffalo to discuss underage and illicit substance use and
A study on primates' slobber shows that adaptation isn’t
just about creating new tools for survival — it’s also
about tweaking the ones we have.
A UB-developed smartphone app may help people living with HIV
stay on their meds.
National experts will address such topics as heavy drinking in
young adults, dating violence, financing addiction treatment and
Fussy infants find food more rewarding, putting them at higher
risk for obesity, a UB study has found.
A new UB study suggests that going against the flow can be a
positive psychological experience.
The companies are among those selected to pitch at the
prestigious University Startups Demo Day.
Gregory Roloff and Daniel Kuhr will conduct research in their
fields as part of the prestigious Medical Research Scholars
A UB study has found that when male-dominated work groups foster
communication, it's women who are more likely to emerge as the
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