News Releases

All of the latest news about our university. (by topic)

4/24/18

Juliane Nguyen, University at Buffalo assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award, the agency’s most prestigious honor for early-career faculty.

4/24/18

The University at Buffalo has received a $1.1 million award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Fogarty International Center to lead the training of 15 scientists from Jamaica and the Caribbean in viral infection research.

4/23/18

“BAND Against Bullying,” the annual competition to raise bullying awareness, will take place 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at the UB Center for the Arts on the North Campus.

4/23/18

Study looked at 46 women across two different age ranges, 60-74 and 75-90, to learn how physical activity affects frailty differently in the two groups

4/23/18

In the largest federally funded non-drug clinical trial for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), patients with the most severe and persistent symptoms achieved robust and sustained relief by learning to control symptoms with minimal clinician contact.

4/19/18

Sarah Powell, a paleographer at the Folger Shakespeare Library, will conduct a daylong workshop on how to read and digitally encode 17th-century materials at a workshop to be held April 24.

4/19/18

Ann Kolanowski, an internationally renowned expert on dementia and the complex care needs of the elderly, will be available to media tomorrow at the University at Buffalo to discuss the difficulties of delirium and caring for aging populations.

4/18/18

Bracha L. Ettinger, whose celebrated pieces have made her among the most prominent visual artists in France and Israel, will present the first-ever museum exhibition of her work in the U.S. as part of her residency in the UB’s Creative Arts Institute.

4/18/18

Summit aims to improve access to culturally and linguistically appropriate services, efficient clinic and transportation systems and operations, and available economic opportunities.

4/18/18

Light causes crystal lattice to swell, opening new possibilities for artificial muscles, tiny electronics.