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Students spent a transformative week developing and refining ideas to address a specific global health issue.
The founder of the Traffic Light Diet is being recognized for his research on ingestive behavior.
Housing stability is key to people living with HIV/AIDS maintaining or improving their health, according to results of a new UB-led study.
UBEOC alumnae inspire others with their stories of determination, courage and how they used education to change their lives.
UB and RPCI tell the WNY congressional delegation that a 10 percent federal cap on research costs would cut vital work already underway.
HarkerBIO determines 3-D structures of proteins for drug and biotech companies, saving money and speeding drug discovery.
The UB pharmacokinetics expert will review grant applications and advise the NIH in the area of gene and drug delivery.
The human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner will lead off the 31st annual Distinguished Speakers Series.
NIH sees the impact of UB's scholarship program for underrepresented minority students in biomedical PhD programs.
The app, being developed by UB researchers, would use a smartphone's compass to help thwart a growing cybersecurity threat.
START-UP NY attracted the Silicon Valley-based KeepTruckin to Amherst, where it set up its hardware development division.
SA’s popular Summer Film Series returns this season with a lineup of free movies that includes “Wonder Woman” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
The UB study of police officers found those working the afternoon shift report being more tired, putting them at higher risk for accidents, stress and errors.
The RIA senior research scientist will lead the section on psychosocial development, risk and prevention.
UB pharmacologist Javier Blanco has been awarded a $400,000 grant to study how therapeutic antibodies are handled in the human lung.
The UB center is conducting clinical trials on two new dementia treatments and will begin enrolling patients in a third trial in August.
Tobacco control advocates push for "a kind of prohibition" on cigarettes, while the cannabis community does the opposite, researchers say.
Education professor Catherine Cook-Cottone talks about how yoga brings well-being and employment to young people in Africa.
Four students hope their brains give them an edge in competing for the $250,000 prize in the NBC TV show.
Alum Jordan Marwin's enthusiasm in encouraging prospective players steals the show at the hockey league's scouting combine.
The architect of the UB Curriculum will guide undergraduate education for the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at USC.
Eight faculty members and 12 staff members have been named recipients of the 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.
Abortion fund recipients who must travel out of state for an abortion travel 10 times farther than those who get care in their home states.
Shantell Martin's “Dance Everyday” brings some life to an urban neighborhood awaiting renewal.
The project would bring authentic international cuisine to the heart of the North Campus.
The discovery of an ancient otter tooth in Mexico is the first evidence of a new east-west route across America, a UB researcher says.
Danielle Johnson spends her time away from UB working with vulnerable populations, including current and former prisoners and refugees.
UB law professor Nicole Hallett talks about how President Trump's pending appointments to the National Labor Relations Board could be the death knell for organized labor.
Graduate engineering students' pro bono analytics makes a difference for Meals on Wheels and The Teacher's Desk.
A new study provides evidence that could help increase participation in breast cancer screenings and other preventive health care.
Management and social work students collaborate on ideas to tackle a social issue facing the community as part of a new fellowship program.
An act passed by Congress in 2012 isn’t stimulating the investment and job creation promised by its proponents.
Pharmacy students will partner with those from the Catholic girls school to create real-world solutions to issues facing the field of pharmacy.
The UB bio-artist's winning work uses DNA from the saliva of hundreds of people to create iconic images such as crowns and fighter jets.
A relationship nurtured online brings Tokyo PhD Marie Saitou to UB as a postdoctoral researcher in biologist Omer Gokcumen's lab.
The UB English prof has received the Dove Award for outstanding contributions to the serious study of mystery, detective and crime fiction.
UB architecture students took part in a billboard design competition to represent design as a social act accessible to all populations.
The fellowship recipients are preparing for careers that further economic development and growth in the region.
A UB geology professor’s system using electricity for rapid soil mapping can lead to more sustainable farming.
The event this week showcases the leadership role that UB and NYS are playing in next-generation traffic systems.
The funding from the Empire Innovation Program will support faculty hiring in robotics, AI, pharmacology and X-ray laser science.
The update to the pre-clinical simulation center is the school's first major renovation in more than 30 years.
UB sports law expert Helen Drew says the success — or failure — of offensive marks like Redskins and Indians remains in the hands of consumers.
The Supreme Court ruling also could prevent brands from suing to stop others from using their marks in ways that may be offensive, a UB expert says.
The Great Lakes Program associate director and avid diver continues her pursuit of the elusive whale shark.
The LGBTQ Faculty and Staff Association promotes a welcoming and inclusive UB community for LGBTQ employees.
The surprising discovery by UB biochemist Mark O'Brian has led to a $1.28M NIH grant to investigate the mechanisms involved.
Researchers find that while handwashing with soap and water prevents childhood disease, access to soap at home varies around the world.
The UB-affiliated group Null Point is producing cutting-edge sound works at Silo City and Artpark.
New UB research is studying genetic and epigenetic factors in the disease with the goal of restoring cognitive function.
UB researchers have created a virtual reality-based environment to help prospective teachers learn how to handle disruptive student behavior.
UB Sports Nutrition teaches student-athletes what food can do for their form.
UB archaeologist Caroline Funk talks about a recent study that gives new meaning to the term “social science.”
The UB team won its heat in its debut on the NBC hit series “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge.”
Some 190 new MDs marked a critical milestone in their professional lives when they became medical residents of the UB medical school.
A. Scott Weber, vice president for student life, will lead the search for the next vice president for philanthropy and alumni engagement.
UB's free Summer Math Program helps girls at a time in their lives when they begin to turn away from math.
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"You expect people to do the right thing, to resign. In many cases it could, and should, be that simple," he said. "Politics isn’t simple," James Gardner, professor of law, tells NBC News.
An Associated Press article about the boost that the indictment of Rep. Chris Collins has given to Democrats in his heavily Republican district interviews Harvey Palmer, associate professor of political science.
Marketing professor Charles Lindsey tells the The Washington Post that matress sellers are facing the same conditions felt by Toys R Us and JCPenney.