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A study identifies the fatty acid-making protein behind membrane rupture and inflammation during necroptosis.
Researchers say the findings of a recent study will help “fill in a translational gap” in neuroscience.
Attendees at the Imaging Research Symposium considered the importance of UB's new Philips MRI scanner, as well as its impact on clinical and translational research.
UB researcher Howard Lasker is leading a pilot experiment to restore coral communities damaged by the BP oil spill.
A new School of Management study assesses the unintended consequences of the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act.
The director of UB’s CRIA will join the Program Advisory Board of the National Consortium on Alcohol and Neurodevelopment in Adolescent-Adulthood.
The phenomenon is crucial for protein design and function, and for understanding life at very low temperatures and high pressure.
A new study outlines how UB students, with the help of a local high schooler, used the aquatic plant to create face shields for dentists.
People who used e-cigarettes before pregnancy were more likely to stop smoking later in pregnancy than those using nicotine replacement therapy.
The program supports medium- to high-growth startups in their earliest stages, when funding is traditionally difficult to obtain.