Talks at the PANTC conference will address the metaphysics of
pregnancy, harm after death, abortion, euthanasia and transgender
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
The fountain of youth may reside in an embryonic stem cell gene
Many UB students and faculty find summer vacation to be the
perfect time to pursue research in the field.
UB's “employees in training” recently presented
their work to their peers and mentors at the annual Postdoc
UB engineers have been awarded two grants totaling $705,000 that
align with a White House plan for next-gen mobile networks.
UB researchers say the struggle to adapt to prehistoric climate
change may hold lessons for today’s world.
A UB study found most first-year college students see their
symptoms moderate but alcohol use can affect their
This medical imaging drink, developed to diagnose and treat GI
illnesses, is made of concentrated chlorophyll.
A new research project headed by UB biochemist Marc Halfon
tackles this question, with possible implications for disease
Fifteen faculty have been named recipients of UB's 2016
Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation awards.