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1/22/15

A new UB study has found that women who experience moderate to severe hot flashes and night sweats during menopause tend to have lower bone-mineral density and higher rates of hip fracture than peers with no menopausal symptoms.

Humanities projects receive seed funding
1/15/15

Ten faculty projects have been selected to receive funding as part of a new UB initiative to support research and creative activity in the humanities.

Radiology software receives award
1/8/15

Software developed by UB researchers at the university’s Toshiba Stroke & Vascular Research Center has been recognized by AuntMinnie.com, one of the top websites in the radiology community.

Protection from PTSD
1/8/15

A new study has found that personal traits such as resilience, satisfaction with life and a grateful disposition may help shield police officers from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Making cancer cells more sensitive
1/8/15

What makes cancer cells sensitive or resistant to chemotherapy? UB researchers are working on an answer, thanks to a grant from the American Cancer Society.

Alcohol warnings from parents matter
1/8/15

Parenting practices and restrictions when it comes to alcohol use can make a difference with adolescent drinking, according to new research by a UB psychologist.

More companies approved for START-UP NY
1/8/15

Four more companies affiliated with UB have been approved for START-UP NY, the innovative economic development program created by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

Emberton lauded by historians
1/5/15

The Southern Association for Women Historians has awarded UB historian arole Emberton its 2014 Willie Lee Rose Prize for the best book on Southern history written by a woman or women in 2013.

Amazing discoveries
1/5/15

UB researchers made headlines around the world this year with studies on coffee, climate change, babies’ eating habits and more.

This endoscope zaps tumors
1/2/15

While doctors often use an endoscope to help detect cancer and other illnesses, it may soon serve another purpose: zapping tumors.

Goyal named director of UB RENEW
12/18/14

Internationally recognized materials scientist Amit Goyal has been named director of RENEW, UB’s new interdisciplinary institute dedicated to research and education on globally pressing problems in energy, environment and water.