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Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.
"It is safe to say that the GreenDrill project requires more than double the logistical effort compared to any past Arctic expedition I’ve run," says Jason Briner, UB geology professor.
The initiative merges a broad range of STEM and non-STEM disciplines.
UB’s free outdoor performance series is back for a 14th season after a two-year break due to the pandemic.
The high rating by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System for higher education institutions recognizes UB's progress and path forward on sustainability.
A convergent mechanism may be responsible for how two top-ranked genetic risk factors for autism spectrum disorder/intellectual disability (ASD/ID) lead to these neurodevelopmental disorders.
Research finds that a large spike in acetaminophen preceded a spike in viral RNA during one COVID-19 wave in WNY.
From medicine and law to history and politics, experts can weigh in on issues.
New research investigates how co-workers can inspire each other, like Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.
Law professor Lucinda Finley says donating to funds — even where helping women get abortions is illegal — is protected by Supreme Court precedents.
UB art professor Matt Kenyon makes his unique paper available for writing letters to elected officials for gun control.
The local chapter of the Public Relations Society of America will honor Rodney Grabowski, UB's VP for advancement, at its annual Excalibur Awards ceremony.
New UB study looks at how friends can work together to help protect against unwanted sexual experiences in the first year of college.
Research on wastewater finds that a spike in acetaminophen — the active ingredient in medications like Tylenol — preceded a spike in viral RNA during one COVID-19 wave in Western New York.
The group diverted more than 3 tons of items from students moving out of campus housing last spring that likely would have gone to a landfill.
Barbara Ricotta is retiring at the end of June after 38 years at UB — the last 25 managing the day-to-day operations of student life.