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Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.
The findings of the UB-led study are significant given the burden of caregiving — and its impact on health — will be substantial in the years to come.
The award from the Department of Homeland Security will develop Training of Trainers models for high school students, faculty and staff.
Firearms were the No. 1 killer of children and teens in the U.S. last year, says Patricia Logan-Greene.
UB research has identified how a misstep in the genesis of a key component of the kidney causes infantile cystinosis, a rare disease that significantly shortens the lifespan of patients.
In the class taught by faculty member Zechariah Saenz, theatre students learn a crucial, post-graduation skill.
What started as a way to subsidize rave tickets has become a unifying force for UB community members who share a love for electronic dance music.
Clean Energy Master Plan has the potential to help UB take a big step forward in its goal to decarbonize the South Campus, with much of the work taking place in the tunnels and equipment spaces that house UB’s HVAC infrastructure.
UB benefactor Edward Michael was largely responsible for establishing the South Campus, but he may have been best remembered for his childhood encounter with the president.
Researchers train language model to recognize location descriptions in Hurricane Harvey social media posts.
Diaz, the Sunstar Robert J. Genco Endowment Chair and director of UB Microbiome Center, is among 11 fellows this year.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer announced more than $700,000 to support FreshFix and the Veggie Van Training Center at UB.
The initiative is part of the university’s ambitious 10 in 10 climate action plan.
Jessie Poon and Meredith Kolsky Lewis organized the meeting that was held concurrently with the Economic Leaders' Week attended by the U.S. and Chinese presidents.
More than 300 volunteers from across UB provided services, including surgery, cleanings and X-rays, valued at roughly $93,500.