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A chlorophyll-based “juice” being studied at UB, combined with non-traditional imaging techniques, may illuminate the GI tract more safely and effectively than X-rays, ultrasounds or MRIs.

A public installation by UB architect Joyce Hwang, who explores the boundaries between our built environment and nature, gives refuge to birds while bringing attention to their safety.

A UB-led engineering team is the first to shrink a twisting vortex of laser light to fit a computer chip—an energy-saving breakthrough that could pave the way to next-generation computing.

University-wide Event: Opening Weekend
9:00 a.m.
Various, North Campus