Research News

View of a Large Hadron Collider tunnel. ©CERN.
7/17/19

UB’s physics department is hosting a conference this week for researchers working with the Large Hadron Collider.

7/19/19

The advancement, made possible by tiny photonic implants, could lead to new treatments for cancer and mental disorders like schizophrenia.

7/18/19

The Department of Chemistry’s CHEM 360° initiative offers undergrads a summer of lab work, as well as instruction on ethics and social media.

7/17/19

UB’s physics department is hosting a conference this week for researchers working with the Large Hadron Collider.

7/15/19

The findings suggest that the country may need to re-evaluate its standards for nitrogen dioxide.

7/15/19

A study of survivors’ near-miss experiences on 9/11 contributes to an understanding of what counts as exposure trauma.

7/11/19

UB faculty member Jun-Xu Li has received a $2M NIH grant to look at a receptor that has recently emerged as a novel target for treating drug addiction.

7/11/19

The new guidelines could offer an alternative to opioids to treat oral mucositis, the painful side effect of head and neck cancer treatment.

7/10/19

A study found that while the commonly used imaging linear contrast agent does accumulate in the brain, there is no discernible clinical impact.

7/8/19

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, peace and economic opportunity are percolating, thanks to UB efforts to develop a more inclusive coffee value chain.

7/8/19

The prototype by faculty member Jin Young Song features a structural module with a unique interlocked configuration that is easily assembled by a single worker.

7/5/19

The Trial Innovation Network is designed to pave the way for investigators to perform multi-site studies in more efficient and cost-effective ways.

7/1/19

The dual legal land systems in the African country lead to exploitation of the poor, according to a paper co-authored by UB urban planner Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah.