• New Study Offers Hope of Better Treatment, Possible Cure For Urinary-Tract Infections In Women Suggests Same, Not Different, Bacteria Cause Recurring Infections
    New findings on the causes of recurrent urinary-tract infections in women, reported by researchers at the University at Buffalo and the University of Washington, may lead to better treatment and, possibly, a permanent cure.
  • Scientists Study Hearing Loss, Develop Therapy For AIDS Condition, Use Pet Scan to Detect Cancer
    Scientists at the University at Buffalo reported the following research results at the recent meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology in New Orleans.
  • "Designer Enzyme" Illuminates Subtle Difference Between Plant And Animal Protein
    University at Buffalo biochemists have taken an enzyme from a bacterium found in plants and genetically engineered a mutant that requires zinc to function, a property normally found in the animal version of the enzyme.
  • Worldwide Engineering Society to Present Mates Award For Outstanding Achievement In Bioengineering
    Robert E. Mates, Ph.D., will receive the H. R. Lissner Award of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME International) at its International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition next month in San Francisco.
  • UB Program Provides Patients With Hypertension Closer, More Frequent Monitoring
    BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Buffalo area residents who are being treated for hypertension now have an opportunity to get personalized counseling and monitoring every time they go to three local pharmacies.
  • Lee Named Senior Technology Advisor At UB
    George C. Lee, Ph.D., director of the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research and Samuel P. Capen Professor of Engineering at the University at Buffalo, has been named Senior University Advisor for Technology.
  • Korea Foundation Grant to Support UB Korean Studies
    The Korea Foundation of Seoul, Korea, has made a grant of $70,000 to the World Languages Institute's Korean Language and Culture Program in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University at Buffalo.
  • Fruit-Fly Paralysis Leads Researchers to Discover Protein Required For Nervous-System Function
    BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Studies of mutant fruit flies have led University at Buffalo pharmacologists to discover a previously unknown protein that plays a key role in the electrical signals that are the basis for nervous-system function.
  • "Portraits In Steel" Receives 1995 Book Award From Oral History Association
    "Portraits in Steel," the nationally celebrated collaborative work on Buffalo steelworkers by University at Buffalo history professor Michael Frisch and documentary photographer Milton Rogovin, both of Buffalo, has received the 1995 Book Award from the Oral History Association -- the first ever presented by the organization.
  • UB Pharmaceutics Chair Receives Top Japanese Award
    Ho-Leung Fung, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutics at the University at Buffalo, has been awarded the Takeru and Aya Higuchi Memorial Award from the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology in Japan.
  • Pediatricians Ban Together to Educate Adults In Effort to Decrease Violence By And Against Children Stress Violence is A Learned Behavior; Parents And Tv Are The "Teachers"
    We've all heard statistics like this: Every 75 minutes a child in the United States is starved, beaten, shot or killed in some violent manner. Sometimes a child does the beating, the shooting, the killing.
  • Bridge Devices That Failed In Kobe Earthquake Are Common In Eastern And Central U.S., Says Earthquake Engineer
    Damage in Japan, during January's earthquake reveals the vulnerability of bridges in the eastern and central U.S., says the deputy director of the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research at the University at Buffalo.
  • UB No. 15 In U.S. News & World Report "Best-Value" Ranking
    For the second year in a row, the University at Buffalo has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as being among the top national universities in the country offering the best value -- a quality education at a reasonable cost.
  • David Triggle Named Dean of UB Graduate School
    David J. Triggle, Ph.D., dean of the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and SUNY Distinguished Professor, has been named dean of the Graduate School and vice provost for Graduate Education at UB.
  • Children And Adults Who Survive Earthquakes May Have Long-Term Psychological, Physiological Effects
    Years after experiencing a natural disaster, both children and adults suffer from psychological and physiological effects, two University at Buffalo studies suggest.
  • TCIE Helps American Axle Remain Competitive
    The Center for Industrial Effectiveness at the University at Buffalo is helping American Axle and Manufacturing, Inc. remain competitive by assessing, planning, scheduling and implementing education and training sessions.