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UB has received a NSF grant to establish an I-Corps program to develop scientific and engineering discoveries into useful technologies.
A UB study will look at how misinformation spread on Twitter during Harvey and Irma to improve response to false rumors during emergencies.
UB has been named a Center of Academic Excellence by two federal agencies with an interest in building U.S. expertise in the field.
UB jumped 30 spots to tie for 117th overall among 1,000 ranked U.S. institutions in the latest rankings by the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education.
A lecture, concert and exhibit will spotlight the life and work of Belgian composer and one-time UB faculty member Henri Pousseur.
Oboist Megan Kyle and jazz heavyweights John Bacon, George Caldwell and Bobby Militello will take the stage in Baird Recital Hall.
Elevated bile acids in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease point to novel interventions, such as personalized probiotics.
The school has been ranked as one of the best in the U.S. based on the return on investment it provides MBA graduates.
The monumental work by the German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen features two pianos, electronics, Morse code and percussion.
The UB Women in STEM Cooperative is working with colleagues at Cornell to present the monthly interactive series featuring national scholars.
UB staff member Jackie Hausler's eco-friendly philosophy is gaining traction across social media.
The UB-led study highlights the benefits of equipping first responders with a supply of the opioid overdose drug.
The social work professor will use the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant to conduct a literature review on recurrent violent injury.
Engineering graduate Stephen Still's gift will fund an endowment to support the Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics.
The winning entry in the UB architecture competition transforms the traditional receptacle into a vibrant display of color, texture and curiosity.
UB Engineering has completed the nation’s first comprehensive “specialization” on digital manufacturing for the Coursera online platform.
Focus groups on Oct. 11 will provide the UB community the chance to weigh in on the design of the cafe and the cuisine that will be offered.
The nearly $2M HRSA grant to UB will support training for 22 students each year in rural and vulnerable communities.
International artists merge science and art to answer life questions during UB residencies.
Three of the 16 semifinalists that participated in the business plan competition Thursday have extensive ties to UB.
The ceremony and service will commemorate the lives of 372 people buried near the university’s South Campus.
Annual speech highlights UB's achievements, including a rise in rankings, the new medical school building and growing enrollment.
The 2006 graduate discussed his young and lauded career as a visual storyteller with UB faculty, staff and students.
A new UB study interviewed first responders for insight into how advance care planning can help people with intellectual disabilities.
A major gift from alumnus Anthony J. Colucci Jr. has been used to renovate the office suite of the Buffalo Law Review.
Juilliard415, the school’s top period-instrument ensemble, will perform a concert of 18th-century French chamber music.
UB's IDeA Center is working with the NFTA to make public transportation more accessible.
UB engineering grads launch Mogabi to offer a new engagement tool to mid-sized businesses.
UB surgeons say evidence alone should determine whether surgeons hold onto their caps.
UB senior Patricia Lorquet reflects on her participation this summer in the 4,000-mile 4K for Cancer run.
The British composer will receive a SUNY honorary degree and attend a concert in his honor during a visit to UB.
Nearly 1,300 members of the UB community offered suggestions for the design of the global market café and the food to be offered.
New scientific findings show For Robin's cancer-fighting antibody is effective against human tumors.
UB professor and conference organizer Jonathan Katz says the time is right to celebrate Buffalo’s place in arts and crafts history.
UB’s IDeA Center has received $600,000 in funding to test two new types of systems for public transit riders.
The nursing researcher's work in mental health and addictions honors Patricia Garman's career as a psychiatric nurse.
UB will recognize outstanding performance by faculty and staff in 2017 at the annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Excellence.
The $450,000 grant to UB engineer Jun Xia will help improve imaging for women with dense breast tissue.
UB researchers served as guest editors of a themed issue of Built Environment that focuses on equity in food systems planning.
NASA scientist Kristin Poinar, whose study on the Greenland Ice Sheet made headlines early in 2017, joins the geology faculty in January.
UB sociologist Mark Gottdiener examines Stephen Paddock's mass killing spree through the lens of the city's excessive indulgence.
The university is one of five recipients of a Prevention Excellence Award from the Campus Prevention Network.
The searchable tool allows governing bodies around the globe to see what others have already done.
UB engineer Kemper Lewis says major public and private investment is needed so the U.S. is not left behind.
Participants in the latest Difficult Conversation are told that free speech issues in sports increasingly reflect those in the greater society.
Animated films provide opportunities for parents to discuss end-of-life issues with their children, according to new UB research.
An RIA study found that having a parent with an alcohol use disorder increases the risk for dating violence among teen children.
Bush White House CIO Theresa Payton talked about the state of cybersecurity and offered tips on keeping data safe during a DSS lecture at UB.
UB chemist’s crystal-growing contest gives kids nationwide a chance to shine.
UB's Carol Berman says Cayo Santiago, hit hard by Hurricane Maria, has enriched our understanding of what it is to be human.
The projects include introducing genetics to high schoolers, strengthening the STEM workforce and tailoring breast cancer info to African-American women.
The new vaccine under development provides the “most comprehensive coverage” to date, a UB study finds.
The iconic ensemble returns to WNY for a special residency with the Williamsville schools that concludes with a concert at UB.
Why do we love having the stuffing scared out of us? Let us count the ways.
UB will survey its doctoral students and alumni to learn about their career aspirations and employment as part of a national project.
UB engineer Edward Furlani is working with two WNY companies on a light-based disinfection system for mobile devices.
Finnegans Waves features a reading of the legendary Joyce work, as well as other Joyce-themed activities.
UB's vice president for communications has been named the American Marketing Association's Higher Education Marketer of the Year.
The region, where humans leaving Africa may have first met Neanderthals, holds a unique spot in human evolution, UB scientists say.
The renowned ensemble also will conduct a master class for graduate composers during its visit to UB.
Kids in costume and their families are invited to attend a UB-sponsored, Halloween-themed party to learn about medical research.
The designation by the American Academy of Nursing honors the UB prof's contributions to policy, practice and education.
Amid a shortage of child psychiatrists, the innovative program developed by UB's David Kaye has helped more than 7,000 New York children and adolescents.
President Satish K. Tripathi and SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson joined lawmakers and other academic leaders to urge passage of the bipartisan Dream Act.
UB's strategic diversity and inclusion plan works to integrate inclusive excellence into all aspects of university operations.
For MDI Chair Krishna Rajan, diversity means bringing people together from different backgrounds to enrich the community as a whole.
UB faculty and staff were in the spotlight at the annual ceremony recognizing achievement in research, teaching and service.
The Science & Art Cabaret will tackle Joyce's legendary work of fiction through music, a talk on AI and more.
James Gardner says dysfunction and corruption make a state constitutional convention imperative.
Robert Jacobi has won the John T. Galey Memorial Award from the Eastern Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
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Reuters speaks with UB's Heidi Julian about an airline passenger criticized for live-streaming what happened when an engine exploded killing a passenger.
The New York Times reports on student recruitment biases at collleges and references a study by Megan Holland, a researcher in UB's Graduate School of Education.
The Daily Beast quotes law professor Lucinda Finley about freezer malfunctions at two fertility clinics that led to the loss of thousands of eggs and embryos.