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Law professor Errol Meidinger talks about his new book that examines a big-picture approach to improving climate change, agriculture and sports.
UB biomedical engineer Anirban Dutta and colleagues are testing their “MindEye” device as an early predictor of Alzheimer’s.
A UB scientist’s background in computer modeling made his advancement of combining existing approaches seem an obvious “chocolate and peanut butter moment.”
A UB professor and two alums are co-authors of a study in the New England Journal of Medicine that identified vitamin E acetate as a likely culprit.
The award is the second largest NIH R01 grant in pharmacy school history.
A lifelong interest in fabric informs anthropology PhD student Erika Ruhl’s research on children’s burial clothing from pre-modern Finnish churches.
Self-esteem and university identity are predictors for improved socialization between international and domestic students, a UB study suggests.
New UB-Stony Brook research shows that technologies are available, but the upgrades can be expensive.
The leadership philosophy can help women overcome gendered stereotypes regarding leadership, a UB study has found.
As predicted by theorists, experiments show that barium zirconium sulfide thin films hold great promise for solar cells and LEDs.
From analyzing the avocado genome to designing a stingray-inspired space exploration vehicle, here are some highlights from a year of discovery.
While scientists can’t see underground, UB-designed computational models provide a new way of seeing how root systems may be changing.
UB faculty member Brooke Lerner directs research to improve treatment before a child arrives at the hospital.