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Discovery Newsletter

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UB partners with Roswell / U of Rochester for Empire Discovery Institute (EDI)

The new institute will streamline efforts to turn groundbreaking drug research into viable treatments and medicines, bringing new companies and new jobs.

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Researchers Tell Stories

UB has innovative researchers who are passionate about their work and the university. Hear them talk about what sparks their imaginations, keeps them motivated and how they enjoy sharing with students and colleagues. Click on the still photos to hear more.

  • 4/11/17

    Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering.  Nano Photonic Materials for energy, sensing environmental applications.

  • 8/9/17

    Teaching students how to navigate in academics, how to become mentors, how to get grants, how to discover how to be happy as a researcher.

  • 8/9/17

    Eric Block Chair of Materials and Innovation. Started this Department from Scratch.

  • 4/11/17

    Study of how air pollution affects cases of lung cancer.  Impact on women who didn’t smoke and children.  Pilot study in Beijing where most cases found.

  • 8/9/17

    Not only academic value but stimulating exercise for clinicians a well.

  • 4/11/17

    Interested in Something new, unclear to our common sense.

  • 7/26/17

    I am a SUNY Distinguished Professor in Computer Science and Engineering, vice president of Research and Economic Development and co-founding director of CUBS.

  • 7/26/17

    Wanting to study in the U.S., UB offered me a great package as a grad student earning my PhD. I accepted it knowing only that Buffalo was near Niagara Falls.

  • 4/11/17

    Geometric Reasoning. How to represent objects. Helping computers understand how humans understand and identify objects.

  • 7/26/17

    I always wanted to become professor. Becoming a professor means you have to do research. I did that and I loved it.

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