News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and technology, and its impact on society. (see all topics)
The huntingtin protein may travel together with important signaling molecules in injured neurons, researchers find.
The findings present opportunities to leverage interpersonal goals in ways that can potentially change real-world sharing behavior on social media.
Kids and teachers can cultivate big, cool crystals in this annual contest founded by a UB chemist.
Mary Alice Coffroth and Howard Lasker are among researchers whose work is shedding light on how climate change may shape reefs.
The companies are developing treatments for cancer, neurovascular diseases and more.
Researching the past could provide important insights into how climate change may impact ecosystems today.
UB’s Nirupam Aich is working with partners in Bangladesh to research pollution and health risks associated with this industry.
The work is funded for $1.4 million over three years by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Their projects will tackle pressing societal concerns ranging from racial inequality in the U.S. to PFAS pollution, the need for better semiconductors, and energy conservation.
In mammals, proteins called mucins evolved — again and again — by co-opting non-mucin proteins in a surprising way, study suggests.
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