• Patient Simulator, Cutting-Edge Training System, is Potential Addition to UB's Health-Care Teaching Arsenal
    The University at Buffalo School of Nursing expects to acquire SAM, the Simulated Anesthesiology Mannikin that shows how the body responds to various drugs and adverse conditions in a safe but realistic clinical environment.
  • Johnstone Receives Ford Foundation Grant to Establish National Learning Productivity Network
    D. Bruce Johnstone, University Professor of Higher Education in the University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education, has been advancing a new perspective on the old challenge of productivity in higher education.
  • New Mouse Model For Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy May Improve Screening of New Treatments
    University at Buffalo biologists have developed a new mouse model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy that may more accurately than current models simulate the progression of this fatal disease.
  • UB Archivist Co-Authors First History of State's Quakers
    Christopher Densmore, University at Buffalo associate archivist, has a principle research interest: the early history of New York's Quakers, who, though nominal in number, have had enormous influence on American life and polity.
  • Creeley Receives Fulbright Grant to Lecture In New Zealand
    Robert Creeley, Samuel Capen Professor of Poetry and the Humanities at the University at Buffalo, has been awarded a Fulbright grant to spend three months lecturing at the University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • On The Web: National Address Server, Developed At UB, Provides Complete Nine-Digit Zip Code For Any U.S. Address
    Users of the WorldWideWeb now have access to the National Address Server, a system developed at the University at Buffalo that provides the ZIP+4 code for any residential or commercial address in the U.S.