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NSF funding points to UB’s statewide leadership in computing resources, AI and data science capabilities.
Jessie Poon and Meredith Kolsky Lewis organized the meeting that was held concurrently with the Economic Leaders' Week attended by the U.S. and Chinese presidents.
Engineers will use the award to better track objects in deep outer space.
The kickoff event for the initiative features the acting director of the NYS Office for the Aging as the keynote speaker.
The algae, from the genus Breviolum, reside inside the coral tissue, forming a symbiotic relationship.
UB hosted the gathering of industry and academic experts dedicated to exploring the frontiers of data analytics and artificial intelligence.
Study finds duplicated genomes may have paved the way for specialized carnivory and separate-sexed plants.
While RNA is well known for its part in cutting-edge vaccine technology, a UB-led study looks at its lesser explored role in the inner workings of cells.
A new study reveals how to unlock the “Andrew Carnegie Effect” to address societal issues.
The CTSI's Community Engagement Studios connect community members with researchers to help plan more impactful studies.