• George F. Rand Iii Honored By Gift to UB
    Calvin G. Rand, a long-time supporter of the University at Buffalo, has established a fund in memory of his brother, George F. Rand III, to benefit the University at Buffalo School of Management.
  • Agreement Between UB, State Office of Mental Health Makes Two Psychiatric Centers University Teaching Sites
    The Buffalo Psychiatric Center and the Western New York Children’s Psychiatric Center in West Seneca became formal clinical teaching sites of the University at Buffalo in a contract-signing ceremony held today on UB’s North (Amherst) Campus.
  • Selective Antibiotics Can Save Dental Implants, Study Finds
    Penicillin G and amoxicillin appear more effective than either tetracycline or erythromycin in preventing and treating bacterial infections that can undermine dental implants, a team of Italian and University at Buffalo researchers has found.
  • Study Shows Mouthrinse Reduces Overgrowth of Gum Tissue
    Gingival hyperplasia, a side-effect of long-term use of some prescription drugs, can be reduced by using a chlorhexidine mouthrise, University at Buffalo dental researchers have determined.
  • Nyberg Book On Lying Named to Choice Magazine List of Books
    "The Varnished Truth: Truth Telling and Deceiving in Ordinary Life," a book authored by David Nyberg, professor of education at the University at Buffalo, has been named to the list of Outstanding Academic Books of 1994 by Choice magazine.
  • Instruments Developed By UB Dental Researchers Measure Bone Regeneration, Eliminate Additional Surgery
    Bone regeneration after periodontal surgery can be accurately assessed without additional surgery by using X-rays and two instruments developed by University at Buffalo dental researchers.
  • UB Medical School Ranked No. 7 By U.S. News & World Report Among Nation's Comprehensive Medical Schools
    The University at Buffalo has earned the distinction of having three of its five professional health schools ranked among the top 10 schools in their field in the United States by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Levine Named to Federal Panel On Child Abuse And Neglect
    Murray Levine, Ph.D., professor of psychology and adjunct professor of law at the University at Buffalo, has been appointed to the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect by Donna E. Shalala, U.S. secretary of health and human services.
  • Scientists Want to Study Possibility Human Activity May Have Triggered Quake Near Buffalo
    An earthquake that shook Cuylerville, N.Y., a small town about an hour southeast of Buffalo, has geologists wondering what triggered it.
  • University At Buffalo to Invest In "Smart Pill" Co-Developed By UB Researcher
    For the first time, the University at Buffalo, through the SUNY Research Foundation, is taking an equity position in a company that is commercializing technology co-developed by a UB faculty member.
  • UB to Offer Only Executive MBA Program In WNY
    The University at Buffalo School of Management is offering a full-time, executive MBA program similar to programs offered at the top business schools in the country.
  • UB Study Finds Test to Find Antigens to Be Effective
    A five-minute test designed for use in the dentist's office to determine the presence of antigens from three major bacteria found in localized juvenile periodontitis (LJP) gets high marks for accuracy, according to a study by researchers at the University at Buffalo.
  • Physical Activity Appears to Reduce Mortality Risk, But Not In Those Who Are Obese, Study Shows
    A University at Buffalo study on the relationship between physical activity and mortality provides new evidence that life as a couch potato may bring an early death.
  • Coppens Receives Award From Crystallographic Association
    Philip Coppens, Ph.D., distinguished professor of chemistry at the University at Buffalo, has received the 1994 Martin J. Buerger Award from the American Crystallographic Association (ACA).
  • UB's Carl Receives Third Service Award For Work In Kenya
    William Carl, D.D.S, a dental researcher at the University at Buffalo and Roswell Park Cancer Institute, has received his third International Service Award from the American Dental Association.
  • New Generation of "Nanoporous" Polymers is Reported Major Impact Seen In Filtration, Clinical Assays And Biotechnology
    The beauty and complexity of self-assembling, cubic-phase materials have aroused interest mainly at the level of basic science, but recent experimental and theoretical advances by University at Buffalo biomaterials scientists could thrust them onto a technological fast track.
  • Electric Toothbrushes Reduce Bacteria Better Than Manual Brushes, UB Study Finds
    Electric toothbrushes more effectively reduce levels of two bacteria associated with gum disease than manually held ones, University at Buffalo dental researchers reported today (March 13) at the American Association for Dental Research meeting.
  • New Technique Helps Social Workers Overcome Biases
    A University at Buffalo researcher and her colleague at Barry College have developed a new technique to improve social workers' effectiveness by enabling them to recognize their individual biases and those they make about clients.
  • UB Studies Point to Smoking As Risk Factor In Gum Disease
    There's mounting evidence that smoking is a key risk factor in periodontal disease, a major cause of adult tooth loss, University at Buffalo dental researchers say.