COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/12/2022
News for UB’s valued alumni/ae. (see all topics)
Yam, BS ’06, was honored for his “raw, urgent images” of U.S. departure from Kabul last summer.
On June 4, Drew Weissman will visit UB to tell the truly amazing story of how he and his research partner co-developed the mRNA technology that made the COVID-19 vaccines possible.
UB alumnus Carlos Roberto Jaén, MD, PhD, has been named to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
UB named Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc., as the fastest-growing business owned or led by an alumnus or former student during the inaugural Fast 46 celebration held Sept. 30.
Dharshan Jayasinghe, BA ’03, will lead the association, which represents the interests of more than 280,000 graduates around the world.
Projects focus on wastewater surveillance of disease, and automated cloth mask production.
UB alumni Rohan Shah and Huy Duc Pham have been named to the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list for education.
From celebrating the life of a Buffalo civil rights activist to resurrecting a mammoth’s broken genes, here are stories from the work of UB researchers in a difficult year.
Buffalo Automation’s flagship product, AutoMate, is a predictive boat navigation system that guides large commercial ships.
Startups Innosek and Tresca Design are working to deliver personal protective equipment in the fight against COVID-19.
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