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Experts from Peking University and the European Union are among the presenters at the forum honoring the memory of Alison Des Forges.
New UB-led research shows how paper-cutting can make ultra-strong, stretchable electronics.
The funding will be used to increase access to care for low-income cancer patients and to improve the success of weight-loss surgery.
The free app, designed by a UB-led research team, was launched on World Autism Awareness Day.
UB researchers have found that taking the supplement can help patients boost their insulin secretion even after eating a high-fat, high-carbohydrate meal.
Researchers will tackle climate change, chemical exposures among schoolchildren and developing more efficient semiconductors.
UB engineers are developing self-powered wireless sensors that can be embedded in roads.
Study connects education, depression and more to prescription opioid abuse in adults over age 50.
A new study by communication professor Mark Frank reveals what non-verbal clues can and cannot tell you about whether someone is telling the truth.
Perception of trauma and marriage satisfaction strongly influence how soldiers deal with trauma from combat, a UB study has found.
A new study has found that politics is not the primary reason people are leaving churches.
A new book co-authored by UB's Trina Hamilton explores how to keep neighborhoods affordable while pursuing environmental goals.
Reproductive hormones that develop during puberty are not responsible for changes in adolescents' social behavior, new UB research has found.