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COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/2/2020
The UB research group was awarded $1.9 million from the DEC to assess the plastics recycling industry and educate the public.
UB research suggests that birds can focus on sounds around them nearly as well as humans.
UB scientists are tracking the genomics of the novel coronavirus in Western New Yorkers.
The findings unlock data for enabling higher performance superconducting wires for large-scale applications in applied magnetic fields.
UB researchers have launched a clinical trial to find out if the inexpensive and widely available brain hormone can be useful in treating underserved patients.
ResearchMatch includes 146,000 volunteers nationwide who want to take part in clinical trials.
A sensitive and reliable new protocol for assessing social deficits in animal models of autism and certain psychiatric conditions is expediting the search for effective treatments.
In collaboration with the university’s Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, scientists are trying to answer urgent questions surrounding the virus.
The book looks at the landmark Supreme Court ruling that First Amendment protections of free speech limit public officials’ ability to win a defamation lawsuit.
A major grant to the new Criminal Justice Advocacy Clinic will address “a historic blind spot in the judicial system.”
UB researchers have completed the genomic analysis of a specific strain of Shiga-toxin E. coli (STEC) that can cause severe disease outbreaks and is increasingly common.
UB engineer Shenqiang Ren is working with two local companies to develop technology that can improve performance by helping to prevent overheating.