COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/22/2021
News about the latest UB research in science, engineering and technology, and its impact on society. (see all topics)
UB spinoff QAS.AI is developing software — trained on past cases — to inform decision-making during surgical procedures.
Researchers will develop digital literacy tools, and share them with senior citizens and teens.
The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition invites students and teachers to do hands-on chemistry.
The research could help lead to treatments for atherosclerosis, osteoporosis and other age-related disorders.
The funding, from the National Security Agency, will support GenCyber, a program that has brought more than 200 middle and high school students to UB.
Sophie Nowicki is one of 18 lead authors on a chapter about ocean, cryosphere and sea level change, reflecting a decade of leadership on international collaborations
Proposed tech measures echo created by hand movements; could help boost communication between deaf and hearing populations.
New research continues to challenge current thinking about whale songs. “This paper suggests that language and music are not appropriate frameworks for considering whale songs,” says UB psychologist.
A study explains the physics behind reflective microscale concave interfaces — structures that reflect light in fascinating ways.
Scientists explore how alpha-synuclein impacts the health of mitochondria, organelles that produce most of a cell’s energy.
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