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UB oral biologist Kathryn Kauffman is investigating the role these viruses play in oral health and disease to better understand their role in overall human health.
A UB-led study shows the recombinant vaccine outperforming existing vaccines in some areas.
The study published in JAMA Cardiology reports 26% lower risk of heart failure with 3,600 steps per day.
The new edition of UB faculty member Bruce Jackson's classic work has been called "a brilliant groundbreaking work" by Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Jessie Poon and Ling Bian have been elected fellows of American Association of Geographers.
Projects include green hydrogen production, anti-ice coatings for wind turbines and infectious biofilm resistant orthopaedic implants.
The project, which uses AI to monitor plant health and fine-tune LED lighting systems, could help with food insecurity and sustainability issues.
UB professor Stephen Santa-Ramirez explores how undocumented college students experience joy despite navigating barriers.
UB political philosopher Alexandra Oprea says options need to be found for boosting turnout at the polls.
The half-day symposium on Feb. 29 focuses on groundbreaking research, diagnosis and clinical care.
Researchers will help set standards and develop tools to ensure AI’s role for the social good nationwide.