News and views for UB faculty and staff
UB chemist Jason Benedict shares his insights on these winter
The UB startup's biotechnology boosts immune responses against
A study by UB social work researchers suggests that child
welfare workers lack the assessment tools to identify potential
Like bullets fired from a gun, photos can be traced to
individual smartphones, opening up new ways to prevent identity
UB researchers and OT students are developing a program to help
caregivers assisting older adults with cognitive decline.
Colleagues of the late nursing researcher Ellen Volpe are
continuing her work on a promising treatment for PTSD among urban
Hearing different accents at home impacts infants' language
processing, a study by a UB language development expert has
With funding from the NSF, researchers are studying the impacts
of heat and cold in Phoenix and Buffalo.
The report looking at structural fires in the U.S. offers
critical data to help those making decisions regarding fire
A Buffalo mother’s successful participation in a
smoking-cessation program is just one way WNY residents are
benefiting from clinical research led by UB.
In a new paper, UB's Lynn Kozlowski aims to provide a clearer
understanding of this often vitriolic debate through the lens of
UB psychologists have found that combinations of certain traits
may guard against depression and anxiety.
A UB-led study links DNA samples from purported yetis to Asian