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The glow-in-the-dark dye called BODIPY has special chemical
properties that could facilitate energy storage, A UB study has
PhD candidate Jorge Cueto is developing telescoping walls that
would rise on demand to stop floodwaters.
Smoking, heavy drinking, physical inactivity and poor diet are
key public health challenges for active duty personnel and
Most patients at long-term care facilities don’t take
advantage of dental services, even when they are free, a UB study
UB researchers will use a NIDCR grant to study how common
bacteria escape the immune system to cause a rare but fatal
With most elder caregiving falling to women, many are forced to
cut back on working or leave the workforce entirely, a UB study
Nupur Technologies LLC in UB’s business incubator has
re-engineered and improved the original ear-cleaning machine.
For businesses using social media, posts with high engagement
have the greatest impact on customer spending, according to new UB
A new book by faculty member David Castillo explores the media
conditions that allowed the Donald Trump phenomenon to occur.
On Women's Entrepreneurship Day, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul toured
the labs of two female faculty members who started their own
RIA's Rina Das Eiden says maternal warmth and sensitivity in
early childhood plays a strong role preventing substance use in
The South Campus Instrument Center scrutinizes everything from
auto parts to human heads.
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