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11/13/14

A new UB study is examining the mystery of why veterans can lose their vision long after combat, and what can be done about the problem.

Carry-on charges your smartphone
11/20/14

Smart technology is in our homes, cars and phones, and soon it will power our luggage, thanks in part to UB engineering student Martin Diz.

Basford receives NEA fellowship
11/17/14

UB poet Douglas Basford has received a 2015 National Endowment for the Arts fellowship to support his translation of the sonnets of Italian poet Domenico di Giovanni.

‘Open on Thanksgiving’ not good strategy
11/17/14

Retailers looking to get ahead of the competition by opening on Thanksgiving Day are taking the wrong approach, UB retail marketing expert Arun Jain says.

Mangold edits ‘go-to’ casebook
11/13/14

UB Law Professor Susan Mangold was co-editor of the fifth edition of the casebook that has long been the standard choice for law professors teaching in the area of children and the law.

communities of excellence
11/13/14

Seven teams of multidisciplinary researchers from across the university have advanced to the next stage of the selection process for UB’s Communities of Excellence.

Wearable tech for the battlefield
11/13/14

Researchers at Sentient Science and UB are creating wearable technology that sends personalized health alerts to troops and civilians.

Vision may fade months after IED blasts
11/13/14

A new UB study is examining the mystery of why veterans can lose their vision long after combat, and what can be done about the problem.

Problem gambling stabilizes
11/10/14

Despite a nationwide increase in gambling opportunities, there has been no significant increase in the rates of problem gambling in the U.S., according to a study by UB's Research Institute on Addictions.

Food rules lead to healthy eating
11/10/14

A new study by UB pediatrics researchers has found that preschoolers whose parents have rules about what their children can and cannot eat have healthier eating habits than those raised without such rules.

Can love make us mean?
11/6/14

UB psychology professor Michael Poulin is exploring the relationship between empathy and aggression.