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Bruce Jackson's book on toasts has been called “A brilliant groundbreaking work in both the collection and analysis of African American oral culture. Indispensable.”
Tests show the recombinant vaccine outperforming existing vaccines in some areas.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning marked the completion of the massive, larger-than-life-sized “Celebration of Diversity” mural in the atrium of the Jacobs School.
The program has prepared more than 10,000 tax returns and brought nearly $13 million in tax refunds back to participants over the past eight years.
The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at UB supports salary increases and improvements to the educational and working conditions for its medical residents.
Led by IBM, Meta and others, AI Alliance aims to accelerate responsible innovation in AI while ensuring trust, diversity and economic competitiveness.
Study published today in JAMA Cardiology reports that, on average, 3,600 steps per day at a normal pace was associated with a 26% lower risk of developing heart failure.
This year’s projects center on hydrogen production, anti-ice coatings for wind turbines, infectious biofilm resistant orthopedic implants, among others.
A year after a mass shooting on the Michigan State University campus in East Lansing, its College of Human Medicine hosted the inaugural MSU-University at Buffalo Remembrance Conference.
On Feb. 22, the atrium of the Jacobs School will be the site of a ribbon-cutting for the “Celebration of Diversity."
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