• Researchers Aim to Develop Blood Test to Determine Exposure to Dioxin And Related Compounds
    A University at Buffalo research team has received a $770,000 grant to develop and validate certain biological markers in animals and humans that could lead to a simple blood test to determine exposure to dioxin and related chemical contaminants.
  • North American New Music Festival -- 10th Anniversary Gala Presents New Music From Around The World
    "The Book of Moves" • "The melody. And the Melody inside that" • "More Confused Clown" • "Slap Your Neighbor's Face" • "L'Escalier du Diable" • "De Amore, a 12th- Century Love Letter" • "Pleiades" • "Hockey" ...titles of works to be performed at the1993 North American New Music Festival
  • UB Sponsors Scholars Conference On Martin House
    The University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning will hold a scholars conference and workshop on the Darwin D. Martin House on Saturday, Oct. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 31. Invited scholars will review and discuss aspects of the restoration plan for the property and make recommendations for its operation as a house museum.
  • Leading Wright Scholars Will Address Public Forum On Darwin Martin House
    The largest gathering of Frank Lloyd Wright scholars and experts ever held in Buffalo will speak at a public forum on Sunday, Oct. 31, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society on the subject of the Darwin Martin House Restoration Project.
  • UB MBA Students Help WNY Firms Investigate Trade Opportunities
    Several Western New York companies are trying to gain toe-holds in Eastern European markets with the help of University at Buffalo MBA students.
  • UB Dental School Campaign Raises $1.7 Million; Centennial Effort Surpasses Goal By 74 Percent
    In conjunction with the celebration of its 100th anniversary during 1992-93, the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine and its dental alumni association set out to raise $l million to provide a permanent endowment fund to support programs and activities of the school for which state funding is limited or unavailable.
  • International Union of Crystallography Elects UB Chemistry Professor As President
    Philip Coppens, Ph.D., distinguished professor of chemistry at the University at Buffalo, has been elected president of the International Union of Crystallography, the body that brings together 38 national crystallographic organizations, encompassing about 10,000 crystallographers worldwide.
  • New Program Puts Chemical Data At Scientists' Fingertips
    The University at Buffalo has been named one of four sites in the United States for a new, on-line teaching-partnership program sponsored by Chemical Abstract Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society and a key source of published data.
  • Potency of Ovarian-Cancer Drug Magnified Many Times When Delivered to Cells Via Liposomes
    A drug-delivery system that some pharmaceutical scientists had all but written off has been found to boost greatly the efficacy of a promising ovarian cancer treatment, according to a paper published by University at Buffalo scientists in the current issue of Pharmaceutical Research.
  • UB Names Park In Honor of 20,000 Volunteers
    Every university in the U.S. has a building named after an important benefactor.
  • Demonstration of New System to Protect Computers And Equipment During An Earthquake Slated At UB
    Just because a building is designed to resist earthquake forces doesn't mean that the computers and medical equipment inside of it will come through an earthquake unscathed.
  • United Way Kicks Off Success By 6 Program; Greiner to Chair Organizing Effort
    The United Way of Buffalo & Erie County has begun a community-wide effort to aid the early childhood development of all children in Erie County.
  • UB Researchers Discover New Chemical Compound, As "Inert" Silicone Grease Engages In Surprise Reaction
    A new chemical compound, produced by a reaction that the researchers say should never have happened, has been discovered by two University at Buffalo chemists.
  • Genco Receives Gold Medal from Periodontal Academy
    Robert J. Genco, D.D.S., Ph.D., distinguished professor and internationally known dental researcher at the University at Buffalo, has received the American Academy of Periodontology's Gold Medal.