Students will contribute to the development of ongoing project: smart insole, extending the existing work for three new applications: human computer interface; ambulatory tracking; and timed up and go system.
Seeking students to characterize gene expression patterns in mosquito embryos, regulatory sequences in transgenic fly and mosquito models, and explore the function of regulatory elements through mutagenesis.
Students will work with Professor Walter Hakala to research ancient technologies of water retrieval, storage, and distribution across present-day India along with current efforts to revitalize neglected structures.
Students will help build an Early Warning Monitoring System that could help alert scholars, community members, and government officials to locations within Buffalo, NY, where undesirable changes may occur in the near future.
Students will contribute to a research project focusing on the establishment of the Economic and Social Empowerment Foundation Inc. (ESEF) as a nonprofit organization that will provide microcredit financing to low-income entrepreneurs in the Buffalo region.
Members of the UB and Buffalo communities have been traveling to Mara, Tanzania, since 2009, collaborating with partners in support of women’s empowerment and community development. You are invited to contribute your talents and expertise through related projects.