2/12/18

Diet is not the sole factor in how skulls in the carnivoran mammal group are shaped and function, new research has found.

2/12/18

The terrazzo tile from alum Kent Randle and Tiede-Zoeller Tile showcases the donor wall space in the new Jacobs School building.

2/9/18

Some GSE faculty members have started projects that aim to benefit community education and the people most in need of the university’s expertise.

2/9/18

UB architect Christopher Romano designs a new space for the Torn Space theater company on Buffalo’s historic East Side.

2/8/18

IRS-certified accounting students from UB will provide free tax preparation services to those with annual incomes below $54,000.

 

2/8/18

CAI artist-in-residence Olivier Pasquet’s “Lloyd’s Mirror” combines site and sound in a performance that will evolve over six days.

2/8/18

The director of UB’s RENEW Institute was cited for advances in materials science and superconducting materials.

2/8/18

The talk by the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale” opens a weekend film festival presented by UB’s Humanities Institute.

2/7/18

The three companies will use awards of $225,000 to advance technologies in health care and water purification.

2/7/18

A new study by UB vision researchers suggests that adding antioxidant therapy to the standard-of-care prevents vision loss in babies with SLOS.

2/6/18

Geology’s mascot “sees” his shadow at the annual Groundhog Day cookout, meaning we won’t be wearing flip flops any time soon.

2/6/18

Law professor Mark Bartholomew wonders if personalized Super Bowl ads could be on the horizon.

Engineering Week 2018

The spotlight is on engineering this week as students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences take part in student-run engineering and science-themed competitions. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published February 22, 2018

Lumagination

UB theatre and dance students offer some special — and unexpected touches in their display at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens’ annual light and sound show. There’s still time to catch the show — it doesn’t close until Saturday. Read the full story.

Students in the Department of Theatre and Dance work on lighting for the department's upcoming production of "Hamlet" in the Drama Theatre in the Center for the Arts as part of a lab class. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki