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UB faculty members James Campbell and Jacob Neiheisel bring different perspectives to this timely political issue.  


UB medical geographer Jared Aldstadt says it's unlikely the Zika virus will affect large parts of the country.


Research by UB faculty member James Campbell has influenced the campaign strategy of GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz.


A UB study will investigate the effectiveness of a new therapy that uses storytelling to treat trauma in adolescents.


UB scientists are working to develop a therapy that could enable patients to control glucose levels while also losing weight.


UB engineers are working to help underwater telecommunication catch up to its over-the-air counterpart.


The upgrade to UB's hyperbaric chamber is being handled by three generations of UB engineers who know the chamber inside and out.


UB researchers are using location-based data from mobile phones to develop simulation models of how infectious disease could spread.


A UB study of altruism during the Ebola outbreak suggests altruistic behavior intention is greater when the news stories about the issue strike closer to home.


Businesses break the law to stay competitive, a UB study of Indian technology firms has found.


The series will explore topics including obesity, the effects of substance use on college sexual assault and academic performance, and the neuroscience of marijuana and methamphetamines.


UB oral biologist Jill Kramer re-examines whether a seemingly harmless antibody plays a significant rol in Sjögren’s syndrome.


UB research has found that college-aged adults vape for enjoyment.