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Edward Steinfeld
8/20/14

A lot of us presume that social media is transparent, that people who have a profile are real; that's not always true.

8/21/14

The event featured up to 2,000 engineers, ranging from Fortune 500 company executives and world-class scholars, to successful entrepreneurs and aspiring students.

8/21/14

Youfa Wang looks at which childhood obesity prevention programs actually work.

8/20/14

A lot of us presume that social media is transparent, that people who have a profile are real; that's not always true.

Trust to fund breast cancer treatment study
8/14/14

The Richard W. and Mae Stone Goode Trust has awarded $100,000 to a UB study that will explore why a breast cancer treatment causes cardiotoxicity in some patients.

Undergrad develops water-purification system
8/14/14

UB undergraduate Deshawn Henry has developed an easy, inexpensive way to disinfect contaminated water, work that could have a tremendous impact in developing countries.

Higginbotham named ASHA fellow
8/14/14

UB faculty member D. Jeffery Higginbotham has been named a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Troen named fellow
8/11/14

UB faculty member Bruce Troen has been named a fellow of the American Geriatrics Society.

Aga delivers keynote
8/7/14

UB chemist Diana Aga, who investigates how pharmaceuticals and industrial chemicals affect the environment, delivered the keynote address at an international workshop held at Biosphere 2.

A glimpse into the world of research
8/7/14

Twenty UB undergraduates from the STEM disciplines spent their summer gaining an invaluable learning experience as part of UB’s Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Summer Research Program.

Identifying circadian disruptors
8/7/14

A UB research team has been awarded a federal grant to explore how environmental chemicals that disrupt neuroendocrine circadian functions and hormone release may raise the risk of diabetes and other disorders.