• SUNY funding to boost mental health services at UB
    4/10/24

    UB will use the bulk of the funding to hire seven counselors embedded in one of seven academic units.

  • Viano Quartet to conclude Slee Beethoven cycle
    4/10/24

    The award-winning quartet will present the final four concerts in this year's presentation of all 16 of Beethoven’s string quartets.

  • UB schools among the best in U.S. News graduate rankings
    4/9/24

    Several UB schools placed among the top nationwide in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools rankings.

  • Total eclipse steals UB’s heart
    4/9/24

    It wasn’t quite the show we were hoping for. But in the end, most had to agree that it was truly an amazing experience.

  • Fast track to law school
    4/9/24

    The School of Law's growing 3+3 program allows students from UB and other partner schools to being their legal studies after three years of undergrad education.

  • Dubocovich receives ACTS diversity award
    4/8/24

    The UB faculty member is the recipient of the 2024 Award for Contributing to the Diversity and Inclusiveness of the Translational Workforce.

  • A decade of backing women in STEM
    4/8/24

    For 10 years the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program has encouraged hundreds of UB students.

  • Apple’s antitrust woes
    4/5/24

    The tech company defeated a consumer antitrust case, but the ruling is “hardly the end” of its antitrust woes, UB legal scholar Christine Bartholomew says.

  • Conveying research through imagery
    4/5/24

    The Art of Research competition highlights the work of UB graduate students through visually captivating images and engaging captions.

  • Copprium moves its tech closer to marketplace with UB’s assistance
    4/5/24

    The conductive ink startup was spun out from the university’s Business and Entrepreneur Partnerships office.

  • Des Forges symposium set for April 16
    4/4/24

    The conference held in memory of the human rights advocate will focus on sexual and reproductive rights from a human rights perspective.

  • UB geoscientists to help photograph eclipse for NASA
    4/4/24

    Citizen science teams across the path of totality will take advantage of a rare opportunity to observe the sun’s atmosphere.

  • Walking out of the darkness

    Members of the UB Student Wellness and the UB Walkin’ Team have taken part in the Buffalo Out of the Darkness Community Walk, which raises money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, since its inception in 2007. This year, they led UB's first on-campus walk for suicide prevention last Saturday. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

    Published April 16, 2024

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Danielle Meyer speaking about nutrition.

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Danielle Meyer, director of the undergraduate program in nutrition science and a board-certified specialist in oncology nutrition, gives the lowdown on trendy diets and debunks nutrition myths. Does sugar feed cancer? Are potatoes evil? Listen to the full podcast for answers to these questions and more.

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