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2/11/16

A Texas commission’s decision on the validity of bite-mark evidence could lead to nationwide reform, UB forensic researchers say.

2/11/16

UB faculty members James Campbell and Jacob Neiheisel bring different perspectives to this timely political issue.  

2/11/16

Shelley's poem “Mont Blanc” is the inspiration for Judith Goldman's research-based poetry lecture in the Scholars@Hallwalls series.

2/11/16

UB political scientist James Campbell says the GOP businessman benefits from a divided and crowded field of mainstream conservatives.

2/11/16

“The Visitors,” Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s inventive, nine-channel video work, will open Feb. 25.

2/10/16

The Zodiaque Dance Company will present its 42nd Spring Concert Feb. 24-28.

2/10/16

Mathematician Bill Menasco studies knot theory, a field that is esoteric to many but could have applications in surprising areas.

2/10/16

Student mentors talk about their work building walking bridges to connect communities in Kenya.

2/9/16

Biostatistician Alan Hutson will review grant applications for Trial Innovation Centers.

2/9/16

Renowned oncologist Marc Ernstoff is assuming leadership roles at UB and Roswell Park.

2/8/16

New music “dream team” Ensemble Signal is on campus this week as the first artists-in-residence for UB's new Creative Arts Initiative.

2/8/16

The PixStori app merges video recordings with Instagram-like photos for a new kind of oral history.

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Giving kids a smile

More than 600 children visited the School of Dental Medicine on Friday for Give Kids a Smile Day, the annual event in which UB dental students, faculty and staff, and community dentists and their staff provide free dental treatment and cleanings.

Published February 8, 2016

Boosting UB's Wi-Fi

UB's three-year "Wi-Fi Boost" project is doubling access points and upgrading networks to provide better Wi-Fi service across all three campuses.

2/9/16

The Band of Royal Marines and the Pipes, Drums & Highland Dancers of the Scots Guards performed Jan. 28 in the Center for the Arts. Photo: Chad Cooper