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12/11/14

UB scientists have turned normal cell lines into “stem-like” cells using nothing more than mechanical stress.

12/15/14

A new UB study has shown that smoking can inhibit the success of treatment for alcohol abuse, putting people who are addicted to both tobacco and alcohol in a double bind.

Greenland’s vanishing ice
12/15/14

UB geophysicist Beata Csatho’s work provides the first detailed look at how the Greenland Ice Sheet is losing mass.

Reprogramming cells
12/11/14

UB scientists have turned normal cell lines into “stem-like” cells using nothing more than mechanical stress.

How much do teens smoke?
12/11/14

UB researchers Lynn Kozlowski and Gary Giovino say more detailed data on daily cigarette use is needed to answer that question.

Kofke named AAAS fellow
12/11/14

UB faculty member David Kofke has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society.

Seeking justice for detaine
12/11/14

Law professor Tara Melish was principal author of a brief filed on behalf of people with disabilities detained in Guatemala’s national psychiatric institution.

Smith named ACMI fellow
12/11/14

UB faculty member Barry Smith is the first philosopher to be named a fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.

Furthering educational partnerships
12/11/14

The Graduate School of Education has developed two new programs that further the school's commitment to increasing its involvement and partnerships with community schools.

Quiet as a mouse
12/8/14

UB psychologist Micheal L. Dent listens to what is inaudible to others. And what she’s hearing might one day help us better understand human hearing loss.

How are CTE and behavior linked?
12/8/14

UB researchers say a lack of longitudinal studies on CTE hinders scientists’ ability to understand how the brain disease is linked to behavioral symptoms.