Science and Technology

News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and technology, and its impact on society. (see all topics)

5/27/20

Future research could explore whether the molecular traps can be used to remediate water and improve detection of these toxic chemicals.

5/13/20

Rogerson — an expert in geography and biostatistics — has been a member of UB’s faculty since 1986.

5/11/20

A UB class helps companies and organizations cut carbon footprints — with an eye toward post-pandemic life.

5/7/20

Luisa Angeles shares her experience as the first UB chemistry student to do a virtual defense as a result of the pandemic.

5/5/20

Prototype submitted for emergency FDA approval; could help ease shortage of life-saving PPE.

5/4/20

Biologist Soo-Kyung Lee had researched a gene crucial to brain development. Then, her baby, Yuna, was born with a mutation in that gene.

4/30/20

UB climate scientist Beata Csatho contributed to a study that used NASA space laser missions to measure ice loss from Greenland, Antarctica.

4/29/20

PocketCare+ aims to track not only where and when the disease spreads, but also how it spreads.

4/23/20

The fellowships — which provide students freedom and funding — are one of the most competitive for graduate students in the U.S.