9/20/18

The Green Your Commute event encourages commuters to find environmentally friendly ways to get to campus on Sept. 26.

9/20/18

Patients benefit as UB surgeons bring minimally invasive surgery techniques to clinical sites in the region.

9/19/18

Artificial intelligence expert David Doermann was recruited to Buffalo to serve as UBuffalo.AI’s inaugural director.

9/19/18

UB will celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 11-14 with a variety of activities that should appeal to students, their families and alumni alike.

9/19/18

Want to be an entrepreneur or work with a startup? UB is hosting an event that will show faculty, staff and students how they can get involved.

9/18/18

Researchers attending the two-day meeting will address the concept of recasting addiction as a treatable, chronic disease.

9/18/18

UB social work faculty member Katie McClain-Meeder and her husband started Little Bear Farm to help improve access to healthy food.

9/17/18

The UB study also raises important questions about access to pain-management options.

9/17/18

The closing of the annex building marks another milestone for the South Campus revitalization plan.

9/17/18

This year’s Sustainable Living Fair will help participants take sustainability beyond the environmental aspect.

9/14/18

With a new connection to UB’s network infrastructure, the Anderson Gallery is poised to bring UB’s research and creative work to the world.

9/14/18

The $359,000 grant from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Get Screened, No Excuses” initiative will support research on the role of the microbiome in breast cancer.  

‘Cages’ on exhibit

For the spring 2018 Graduate Research Architecture Studio titled “Cages,” taught by Clinical Associate Professor Miguel Guitart, students were asked to explore the condition of the enclosure for one person through the exploration of wood and its manipulation. The design studio is part of the Material Culture Graduate Research Group in the Department of Architecture. The structures are on exhibit in the Hayes Hall Atrium through Sept. 27. Photos: Maryanne Schultz

Published September 18, 2018

Satellite launch

The final Delta II rocket launches the ice-monitoring ICESat-2 satellite. Read more about UB faculty involvement in the satellite project.

9/13/18

Representatives from UB and Reddy Bikeshare unveiled 50 newly branded bicycles on Wednesday. The bikes, emblazoned with UB's spirit mark and signature blue and white colors — are now available for use by Bikeshare members. Pictured at the unveiling are, from left, urban planning student Nina Zesky; Victor E. Bull; Chris Austin, director of parking and transportation services; and Jennifer White, marketing and communications executive for Reddy Bikeshare. Photo: Douglas Levere

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