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Mary Alice Coffroth and Howard Lasker are among researchers whose work is shedding light on how climate change may shape reefs.
The interdisciplinary project will focus on how Twitter users describe their locations during disasters.
A study presents a broad survey of monogenetic volcanoes younger than 2.58 million years in the U.S. Southwest.
Mattia de’ Michieli Vitturi, a geology faculty member and a mathematician, uses computational modeling to help officials in Iceland understand where lava may flow.
Located on North Campus, the enclosed structure will enable professors, students and external partners to work in a safe, controlled environment.
A UB-led team is developing a sun-powered water purifier that could provide drinking water in resource-scarce environments.
From the science of taste to transistor technology to understanding plate tectonics and volcanoes, the funded projects will address issues of societal importance.
A live, online public forum on racial equity and anti-racism will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. July 14. The forum is being organized by the Community Health Equity Research Institute of the University at Buffalo and the Buffalo Center for Health Equity.
But other parts of these Caribbean ecosystems continue to decline, and one species cannot simply replace the other, says UB researcher.
Stakeholders from across the region met at a 3-day workshop in Buffalo this week.
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