6/1/18

New biotechnology could reduce the time and cost of developing medicine for this deadly lung disease.

6/1/18

New research by RIA has found that daily aerobic exercise alters the brain's dopamine system, which plays a key role in reward, motivation and learning.

6/1/18

UB's other study abroad scholarship recipients will focus on foreign language and cultural exploration.

6/4/18

The Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts teaches underemployed students high-demand skills rooted in craftsmanship  

6/4/18

The initiative of students from UB and Sacred Heart aims to prevent opioid abuse and addiction through education.

6/4/18

Lego-like chemical building blocks assemble themselves to create the new material, which could replace expensive platinum catalysts in hydrogen cars.

6/5/18

The research projects — funded by the Great Lakes Research Consortium — explore important questions about the health of area waterways.

6/5/18

The program helps meet the needs of litigants who require legal representation in state appellate courts but cannot afford to hire an appellate attorney.

6/7/18

For patients with prostate cancer, dysfunction due to treatment side effects results in increased emotional distress — and vice versa

6/5/18

New findings from UB studies could alter how doctors predict whose disease will become more severe.

6/6/18

The Student Association's Summer Film Series is back with another lineup of free popular films.

6/6/18

The proposed biometric system measures brainwaves to create a ‘brain password’ that could be reset if hacked.

6/6/18

The UB-led research highlights the importance of remaining physically active, even after age 70.

6/6/18

At the Eric Bloch Symposium, SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson talked about the importance of commercializing faculty research.

6/7/18

Two grants from the Lee Foundation will support a psychology doctoral internship and psychiatry scholarships.

6/7/18

Erika Grande and Peter Logiudice are this year’s recipients of the Professional Staff Senate’s Outstanding Service Award.

6/8/18

UB biologist Shermali Gunawardena studies “traffic jams” in brain cells, a new approach that aims to unravel the origins of the disease.

6/8/18

Narcissists are more likely to donate to charity when they can imagine themselves in a victim’s situation, according to new UB research.

6/8/18

Nursing faculty and students treat 800 patients during the school's first trip to the Caribbean country.

6/11/18

UB student Molly Dreyer's project aims to mitigate erosion on the northern shore and improve the health of the campus landmark.

6/12/18

The “Serious Play Conference” will focus on the impact of technology on teaching, learning and workforce development.

6/11/18

Deputy Chief Mark Gates will lead downtown operations, which will be based at the UB Gateway.

6/8/18

Climate researchers from across the globe came to Buffalo to talk about how ice responds to climate change.

6/12/18

There should be something in the lineup for almost any music-lover at the Bulls' first four home football games this season.

6/12/18

Polar explorer, photographer and UB RENEW lecturer Sebastian Copeland uses his art to raise awareness of climate change.

6/13/18

UB scientists made key contributions to the research, which confirms existing predictions but leaves questions about the nature of the universe.

6/12/18

VP Rodney Grabowski tells the UB Council he expects the total for UB's campaign to have increased to at least $460 million by the end of June.

6/14/18

UB’s Beata Csatho is a member of an international team that has produced a new assessment of the ice sheet’s change since 1992.

6/13/18

Members of the UB Spirit team ride for the survivors and those lost to cancer.

6/15/18

Pro bono scholars spend their last semester of law school getting experience — and helping out — nonprofits and government agencies.

6/18/18

UB's Creative Arts Initiative is bringing in a diverse lineup of artists in 2018-19 to engage with the UB and broader WNY communities.

6/18/18

The UB American Society of Civil Engineering student club's return to a top national ranking reflects teamwork and practice.

6/18/18

Research by UB's Carla Frederick and Danielle Goetz helped lead to FDA approval of a new combination drug to treat cystic fibrosis.

6/20/18

‘See It Through Buffalo’ explores the city’s urban context and the UB architecture school’s complex relationship to it.

6/19/18

Each university brings strengths to the joint research project exploring liquefaction in transitional soils.

6/19/18

The new ERAS protocol created for the UB-led study helped patients recover and heal faster from surgery.

6/21/18

UB biochemist D. Fernando Estrada talks about how he found his way to a career in science.

6/20/18

Graduates of the Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts program say they've learned more than just how to hammer a nail.  

6/22/18

Singing with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus helps psychologist Laura Anderson succeed at work and at home.

6/21/18

Anna Dresnack, a rising junior majoring in English and psychology, will attend the UK Summer Institute at the University of Sussex.  

6/21/18

A new study shows tenants in the slums receive drastically inferior household services and pay more rent than those in its formal settlements.

6/22/18

UB-led research found that when CD36 kicks into high gear, cells stop dividing, a discovery that highlights a process tied to aging and cancer.

6/22/18

Rising senior Britney-Bay Croyle’s mural provides some visual interest to one of the main classroom buildings on the spine.

6/21/18

An “open conversation” sponsored by the PSS Inclusion and Diversity Committee aims to help staff foster a welcoming environment on campus.

6/25/18

The UB-led animal study is one of the few to document the impact of low levels of the “sunshine vitamin” over time.

6/25/18

Karl Fiebelkorn and Christopher Daly recently received the highest honors awarded by the Pharmacists Association of Western New York.  

6/26/18

Transira Therapeutics is developing an injectable drug that could help Type 2 diabetes patients control their blood sugar while aiding weight loss.

6/26/18

The interim vice provost will assume the position on a permanent basis on July 1.

6/28/18

Accounting students partner with UB offices on data analytics projects.

6/26/18

A UBNow writer finds a new appreciation for UB's natural side during a walk with environmental studies professor Sandy Geffner.

6/27/18

Scientists have improved the performance of magnetic nanoparticles designed to roast and destroy tumors.

6/27/18

GSE researcher Gregory Fabiano is using UB's driving simulator to help train adolescents with ADHD for that first job.

6/28/18

MilitaryFriendly.com ranks UB ninth on its list of the Top 10 Military-Friendly Schools among Tier 1 research institutions in the U.S. for 2018-19.

6/28/18

Jerome Shanklin owns a gym and competes in physique contests, in addition to working full time at UB.

6/29/18

Work by the late UB photography professor — much of which has never been presented in a gallery setting — is on exhibit at CEPA.

6/29/18

Like New York’s state animal, the rover-like vehicle uses its surroundings to build complex structures and overcome obstacles.

6/29/18

The UB-led study will examine the impacts of plant emissions and other pollutants on the health of nearby communities.

6/28/18

UB’s efforts and issues regarding diversity and inclusion on campus were the focus of an Open Conversation on Campus Diversity.

6/29/18

The longtime administrator and faculty member has led UB's international efforts for nearly 30 years.