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To address the increasingly urgent needs of the growing population of adults aged 65 years and older, UB will dedicate $4 million to aging-related research.
Findings are significant given the burden of caregiving — and its impact on health — will be substantial in the years to come.
Engineers will use the award to better track objects in deep outer space.
Jennifer A. Surtees, PhD, professor of biochemistry, has been named associate dean for undergraduate education and STEM outreach at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
Published in the journal Cytotherapy, the guide breaks down what is legitimate and what is not for patients and their families.
The plants’ duplicated genomes may have paved the way for specialized carnivory, as well as separate-sexed plants.
The algae, from the genus Breviolum, resides inside the coral tissue, forming a symbiotic relationship.
Drawing for Food initiative puts donated architectural drawings and illustrations up for auction, with all proceeds going to Toronto Food Not Bombs.
The UB School of Management hosted the first formal gathering of industry experts and academic researchers in Western New York dedicated to exploring the frontiers of data analytics and artificial intelligence.
NSF funding points to UB’s statewide leadership in computing resources, AI and data science capabilities.
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