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Many health problems are related to food choice, and the Center for Ingestive Behavior Research aims to coordinate, promote and foster research in this critical area.
The coveted NSF grants will support research in AI, cybersecurity, autonomous robots, 3D printing and more.
Jamie Ostrov has received a $2.2 million NIH grant to examine the critical transition children make when moving from pre-K to kindergarten.
Geographer Stuart Evans looks at how airborne sediments can impact climate by influencing patterns of precipitation and drought.
The research projects tackle frailty, social isolation and polypharmacy.
Draw upon community realities and resources to help impoverished mothers of color, UB social work researcher Robert Keefe says.
A promising drug target for the disease, which succeeded in animal studies but failed in humans, could still be a valuable therapy.
KSL Biomedical and AHRM are working with the Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics to advance the region as a hub for personalized medicine and bioinformatics.
The new School of Management study reveals the positive impact of investor-state dispute settlements on foreign investments.
A UB study of 46 mammal species explores the evolutionary history of amylase, a compound that breaks down carbs.
The NSF-sponsored event is a virtual poster competition of innovative projects in STEM education.
The U.N.'s peacekeeping operations need 10,000 troops to significantly increase the likelihood of ending hostilities, researchers say.