10/1/18

Thousands of Western New Yorkers are enrolling in studies and receiving the newest and best medical care.

10/1/18

UB works with electronic health records databases and an NIH consortium to better respond to the community’s health needs.

10/1/18

The Center for Computational Research will provide computing and data storage support for Roswell's ‘moonshot’ project.

10/2/18

This year’s Global Film Series focuses on a special theme of borders and immigration.

10/2/18

The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition — based at UB — is celebrating its fifth year of sharing a love of science with thousands of kids around the nation.

10/3/18

Being a good neighbor can have a powerful effect even in disadvantaged communities, according to results of new UB research.

10/3/18

The novel drug developed by UB researchers is moving closer to use in humans with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

10/4/18

The national meeting in Washington, D.C., will examine the effects and effectiveness of security measures in practice in the nation’s schools.

10/4/18

The piece in JAMA Pediatrics by UB’s Myles Faith and Leonard Epstein notes the study finds that “genes are not destiny.”

10/5/18

The UB neuroscientist received a FENS child care award to attend a critical meeting in her field.

10/5/18

The system using smartphone technology and a new gold biosensor may improve early detection of the disease, especially in developing countries.

10/4/18

UB pharmacy students recently provided Buffalo-area seniors with fall risk assessments and bone density screenings.

10/4/18

Nancy Nielsen updated the UB Council on the university's efforts to partner with the community on a regional response to the opioid crisis.

10/5/18

New UB research shows that different parts of the brain work together to predict proficiency.

10/8/18

The popular science and art series opens its 10th season with a theme that’s close to home.

10/8/18

UB’s Alternative Break community service trips have proven to be equally impactful for staff who accompany students on the trips.

10/8/18

The free UB Guardian app converts smartphones into personal safety devices.

10/8/18

The schools of Nursing and Pharmacy have turned to the popular game for interprofessional training.

10/9/18

Outstanding members of the faculty and staff will be honored on Nov. 1 at the 15th annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Excellence.

10/9/18

The new music “dream team” will perform a portrait concert commemorating the late British composer and conductor Oliver Knussen.

10/9/18

The fellows from the Jamaican university will train with SUNY scientists in virology and drug development.

10/11/18

With new NSF funding, researchers will work to integrate citizen science data into the National Water Model.

10/11/18

Stephen Still will receive the association’s highest honor, the Samuel P. Capen Award, at this year’s award ceremony.

10/10/18

The university has placed No. 22 on College Consensus’ 25 Best Green Colleges list.

10/10/18

The UB faculty member's talk focused on former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to kneel during the national anthem.

10/9/18

The new Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies will look at the past, present and future of the field at UB at a conference this weekend.

10/10/18

UB researcher Natesh Parashurama is developing technologies and tools to grow personalized, 3D internal organs, such as the liver and pancreas.

10/10/18

Immunized people would transmit anti-malarial proteins to the insects that bite them, reducing spread of the deadly disease.

10/11/18

UB Social Work representatives discussed how NY counties can adopt a trauma-informed organizational culture within their social services departments.

10/12/18

The UB study is the first to highlight sex differences in thermal behavior and could one day inform development of new athletic apparel.

10/12/18

Finalist Dimien, a chemical maker with a focus on eco-friendly manufacturing, was founded by a UB chemistry PhD grad.  

10/15/18

A new system for automatically detecting prejudice in social media posts can help constrain this behavior online, new UB research has found.  

10/11/18

The acclaimed quartet will perform concerts at UB and in the Mary Seaton Room at Kleinhans Music Hall.

10/12/18

Seven artists will explore the intersection of nature and the unnatural as the newest residents in UB Coalesce: Center for Biological Arts.

10/16/18

The training program funded by a grant to the School of Nursing will help better predict the functional decline, mortality and sleep of patients.

10/16/18

The Canadian tobacco researcher will discuss the impacts of science-based tobacco-control policies.

10/12/18

The UB Faculty Jazz Quartet will perform a concert of works by Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner as part of “Jazz Impressions: 1968.”  

10/15/18

UB’s student-designed sustainable house is now open on the South Campus as a clean energy and sustainability engagement center.  

10/12/18

Lawn signs espousing wishes for freedom aim to promote UB’s values as a community.

10/17/18

A new UB project will examine the ethical and social concerns raised by the increasing use of artificial intelligence in the criminal justice system.

10/15/18

The president's annual address celebrates record enrollments, multimillion-dollar grants, faculty awards and national rankings that have never been higher.

10/17/18

The discovery by the UB-led research team could help trace 3D-printed guns and counterfeit goods.

10/18/18

The UB professor of Ob/Gyn and Roswell deputy director joins the prestigious academy that informs health policy.

10/18/18

Computational modeling shows promise as a tool for probing this question, a study finds.

10/17/18

UB geneticist James Jarvis, who is of Native American ancestry, says the reliability of DNA testing is also in question.

10/19/18

A new study finds that terahertz data links aren’t as immune to eavesdropping as many have assumed.

10/18/18

The UB expert in liver disease and hepatitis C virus uses telemedicine and other innovations to treat HCV in people who inject drugs.

10/19/18

Cytocybernetics will use an SBIR award to develop a device for studying drugs that treat neurological disorders.

10/19/18

UB Engineers Without Borders has formed a five-year partnership with La Laguna to provide clean drinking water to the community.

10/18/18

The effort seeks to raise $1 million to improve the experience and education of UB students.

10/22/18

A special issue of a peer-reviewed journal outlines the new frontiers in, and challenges to, the governance of food systems.

10/22/18

Jacobs School associate dean Lisa Jane Jacobsen leads a fitness class to help medical students stay active.

10/22/18

For faculty member Jessica Kruger, students’ commitment doesn’t end in the classroom.

10/19/18

A new book club brings together medical students and East Side residents in an effort to better understand and adress racial barriers.

10/22/18

Philosopher Kate Manne, whose book “Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny”  inspired the new “On Misogyny” lecture series, is the inaugural speaker.

10/23/18

UB pediatrician Mark Hicar offers tips for helping to prevent the viruses associated with the so-called mystery paralysis in children.

10/23/18

Law professor Rebecca Redwood French was invited to speak at a conference at Bhutan’s first law school, established just last year.

10/22/18

Nima Arkani-Hamed, a winner of the $3 million Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, will speak on “The End of Space-Time.”

10/24/18

The internal study found no statistical evidence of gender, race or ethnicity-based pay inequity among ladder faculty in 2016-17.  

10/24/18

But what’s “moral” is up for debate, according to results of a study led by School of Management researcher Jim Lemoine.

10/24/18

The work by UB’s Shenqiang Ren and Chi Zhou earned a spot among the top 25 semifinalists in the third cycle of the NASA iTech competition.

10/25/18

Lemma Al-Ghanem’s participation in a project to build a school reinforced her desire for a career in humanitarian architecture.

10/25/18

UB’s new AD is bullish on UB Athletics’ future.

10/25/18

The UB geriatric medicine specialist was recognized for outstanding leadership by the Amherst Senior Citizens Foundation.

10/26/18

At Rx for Success, hundreds of underrepresented students in New York State learned the ins and outs of applying for medical school.

10/29/18

A $3.5 federal million grant will fund UB research that could advance development of personalized medicine for high-risk patients.  

10/29/18

The exhibition at the Burchfield Penney Art Center will include rarely seen work by the internationally known artist and UB emeritus faculty member.

10/29/18

The satirical comedy “45 Plays for 45 Presidents” brings some levity to an intense political season.

10/26/18

The former vice president quotes Yeats in urging the country to heal the divides.

10/30/18

The UB faculty member will perform his own music, as well as two organ masses by François Couperin.

10/31/18

UB's dance troupe will mark the occasion with its fall concert, Celebration 45, and a special gala performance.

10/30/18

UB research suggests that 8,000 years ago, two climatic processes may have caused western Greenland to become more humid.

10/31/18

A UB-led research team reports the widely available and inexpensive metal could lead to a renewable energy boom.
 

10/30/18

UB‘s president offers condolences to the victims and their families, and affirms bigotry and racism have no place on campus and in our society.

10/31/18

A five-year, $4.6 million federal grant to UB and Carnegie Mellon supports continued accessibility research.