Taking a new approach to the disease, a UB-led research team reverses memory decline in mice, raising the possibility of one day doing the same for humans.
UB celebrates its legacy of activism with an exhibit featuring audio recordings of renowned civil rights leaders who spoke on campus, from Shirley Chisholm to Malcolm X.
A landmark study led by UB is likely to change the standard of care for sports-related concussions in teens.
UB research suggests that cooler waters slow cold-blooded animals like sharks and fish, advantaging warm-blooded mammals and birds, and giving rise to a surprising biodiversity.
UB researchers are exploring how virtual reality could be used in the classroom to treat trauma, which affects an estimated 25 percent of students.
UB researchers looking into an epidemic of kidney injury among farmers found that drinking pop after physical exertion in hot weather may increase the risk of kidney disease.
UB scientists are testing light therapy as an alternative to opioids in the treatment of oral mucositis, one of the most common and painful side effects of chemotherapy.
A UB researcher helps to explain how fake news spread on Twitter during the 2016 election, finding that a small number of “supersharers” were responsible for 80 percent of it.
For the second year in a row, UB hit an all-time high in the US News and World Report rankings, coming in at No. 89 among the nation's best universities and No. 38 among the top publics.
UB’s largest campaign in history will elevate our students, attract world-class faculty and support life-changing research with the potential to transform our region and the globe.
UB’s Communities of Excellence unite faculty and students across disciplines to address global challenges head on.
The university has launched an identity and brand strategy that will ensure UB's story is told in a consistent, compelling and authentic manner.
UB’s revamped and highly customizable general education program promotes intellectual exploration to enrich students’ educational experiences.
Renowned for her decades in the fight for social justice, activist, author and educator Angela Davis is this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Keynote Speaker.
At the next Difficult Conversations event, participants will weigh in on the complicated legacies behind the names of some of UB’s buildings and spaces.
Every Friday, faculty, staff and students sport UB gear and show off their true blue pride all around campus.
Make UB your next step. Attend UB 360° Transfer Visit Day and discover how UB is a smart investment in your education. Register now to attend on Friday, April 5.
Join your future classmates and their families on campus to celebrate your admission to our 2019 incoming class! Register now to attend on either April 7 or April 20.
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