1/10/19

UB engineers will use a $1 million DARPA award to provide artificial intelligence systems with a broader foundation of knowledge through physics.

1/9/19

UBNow reporter Dave Hill takes a final look at UB's historic trip to the Dollar General Bowl.

1/9/19

UB bioartist Paul Vanouse will fill the Burchfield Penney gallery space with the natural scent of human exertion.

1/8/19

Speakers at the annual event marking the birthday of UB’s first chancellor spoke about his “complicated legacy.”

1/8/19

Recent renovations provide new space for learning and instruction in the heart of the North and South campuses.

1/7/19

UB cardiologist Anne Curtis will discuss the benefits of heart monitoring apps at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

1/7/19

Beata Csatho and Greg Babonis contributed to a study of Antarctic ice loss that ranked No. 26 on Altmetric’s list of the 100 most-mentioned scholarly articles of 2018.

1/7/19

The results of a long-term, NIH-funded study could allay concerns that ADHD drugs could damage the hearts of children who take them.

1/4/19

Students receive credit-bearing opportunities to gain relevant workforce skills without the financial and time commitments of a degree.

1/4/19

Projects receiving the Innovative Instruction Technology Grants range from developing VR programs for teachers to using 360-degree video to teach gross anatomy.

1/3/19

An impromptu meeting in a remote Brazilian town led to a study that made headlines around the world.

1/3/19

A UB study confirms patients can be discharged from the ED just an hour after they receive the medication that curtails drug overdoses.

Labor

The scent of human exertion under stressful conditions is created at the Burchfield Penney Art Center by Paul Vanouse, award-winning UB art professor and director of Coalesce: Center for Biological Art. "Labor" is on view through March 31. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published January 14, 2019

Museum marks 25 years

The Apothecary in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has provided visitors with the immersive experience of an early 1900s pharmacy since 1993.

As we brace for a pummeling by Mother Nature this weekend, we have to admit that it's been a pretty mild winter so far. Photo: Douglas Levere

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