UB GEM is funding five studies that will examine how the
trillions of tiny organisms that call our body home can impact our
Join the UB Reporter for a tour of spots on campus that hold
special memories and good karma for members of the university
The honor from the American Chemical Society recognizes UB
professor Luis Colón for his outstanding accomplishments in
The $6 million in funding to the Department of Family Medicine
will support research, training and workforce development.
UB’s Center for Advanced Biomedical and Bioengineering
Technology has awarded more than $500,000 in funding to 16
An outing on Lake LaSalle offered students in UB’s
Intensive English Program a chance to enjoy the water while using
English in a social context.
Dental school researcher Mira Edgerton is the recipient of the
2016 Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award.
The fountain of youth may reside in an embryonic stem cell gene
Talks at the PANTC conference will address the metaphysics of
pregnancy, harm after death, abortion, euthanasia and transgender
UB's Distinguished Speakers Series is back for its 30th season
with a lineup ranging from award-winning actors to astronauts.
Performing as a stand-up comic was about the farthest thing from
Art Edelman’s mind when he came to Buffalo to join the UB
Many UB students and faculty find summer vacation to be the
perfect time to pursue research in the field.
The new home of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical
Sciences on UB's Downtown Campus is well on its way to its planned
2017 completion date. Watch
this "fly-through" video to get a sense of the completed
July 29, 2016
Members of the UB Bulls football team get their first look at
this season's uniforms. Read
the full story and get a peek at the uniforms.
UB cyclists take a leisurely ride along the Ellicott Creek
Trailway — informally known as the Amherst Bike Path —
on Wednesday during the second UB Bull Ride. Photo: Douglas
James Campbell discusses Hillary Clinton's pivotal moment
tonight at the DNC with ABC News.
Tamara Thornton tells The Washington Post we get
interested in cursive when we feel that our morals are in a state