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COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/15/2021
UB researchers have developed a computational approach to make drug discovery faster and less expensive while also being safe and effective.
The UB election law expert offers options for lawmakers seeking the president’s removal from office.
P. gingivalis, which causes gum disease, can't produce its own growth molecules, so it borrows some from V. parvula, according to a new, UB-led study.
From honoring a Buffalo civil rights activist to reviving a mammoth’s broken genes, UB researchers excelled in a difficult year.
The progress reported by UB researchers could lead to handheld devices that detect drugs and other trace chemicals.
In a year of unrelenting challenges, members of the UB community have worked tirelessly to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences' partnership with Circuit Clinical will provide WNY patients access to COVID-19 clinical research opportunities.
The CBC and BET co-production inspired by Cecil Foster's book about Black sleeping car porters is the largest Black-led TV production in Canada's history.
UB faculty have 97 active cancer research grant awards totaling more than $7 million.
Pharmacy faculty Karl Fiebelkorn and Christopher Daly say Cuomo's order removing the 90-day delay allows UB pharmacy students to play an active role in distributing the vaccine.
Several of UB’s industry partners have pivoted their research and development efforts toward winning the battle against COVID-19.
Elizabeth Otto's "Haunted Bauhaus" has won the Northeast Popular & American Culture Association’s 2020 Peter C. Rollins Book Prize.
Three members of the UB community argue why being stuck at home — and unable to hang out in cafes and bars — drains our creativity.