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Adolecent violence
8/27/15

Customers are more likely to purchase food products when grocers can show where and how the food was produced and shipped, according to new research from the School of Management.

8/31/15

A study by UB epidemiologist Amy Millen has found that vitamin D may play a key role in the possible prevention of age-related macular degeneration.

New insights into addiction
8/27/15

National experts on behavioral neuroscience, adolescent substance abuse and prescription drug addiction will visit UB’s Research Institute on Addictions during its Fall Seminar Series.

fellowship honors Dimitriadis
8/27/15

The Civic Engagement and Public Policy initiative has established a research mentoring fellowship in memory of colleague Greg Dimitriadis.

Tracking ‘farm to table’ spurs purchases
8/27/15

Customers are more likely to purchase food products when grocers can show where and how the food was produced and shipped, according to new research from the School of Management.

Shooting highlights ‘American phenomenon’ of disgruntled former employee
8/27/15

The concept of a disgruntled former employee shooting co-workers — as happened on Wednesday to a Virginia TV news crew — seems to be an especially American phenomenon, UB trauma expert Nancy Smyth says.

No worries for average investor
8/27/15

UB finance professor Cristian Tiu says the recent volatility in the stock market poses little concern for the average investor who is in the market for the long haul.

Studying impact of stress on police health
8/27/15

How do the rigors of police work affect officers? A new UB study seeks to answer that very important question.

8/21/15

Lawyers as Agents of Social Change program gives students access to prominent lawyers, judges, politicians and professors to ask questions about the legal profession, law school and what it means to be an attorney.

8/21/15
New drugs to treat heartburn, allergies, mental disorders and other maladies are constantly under development.
8/20/15

Scientists at UB's Research Institute on Addictions will collaborate with the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention on a five-year study examining violence, victimization and substance abuse among high-risk youth.