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A unique collaboration featuring robotic oysters aims to address the environmental issues surrounding oyster reefs in NYC’s waterways.
Requiring firms to disclose the ratio of CEO compensation to the median pay of employees did not result in a change in CEO earnings, a new UB study found.
Kari Winter wants to bring the life of Jeffrey Brace to an entirely new audience.
The study has produced key findings on cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, physical activity and more.
Graduate student Shu Wan believes telling the stories “could really change our neighborhood.”
A study looks at the role follicle stimulating hormone plays in contributing to obesity, which raises breast cancer risk.
New research finds a crucial flaw in the latest version of the theory that the universe expands and contracts in infinite cycles.
The director of the UB RENEW Institute is a globally recognized leader in environmental and analytical chemistry.
A UB-led study shows an AI-backed earbud system is 82.6% accurate in spotting common ear infections, ruptured eardrums and earwax blockage.
Two UB-led studies show promise for dry reforming of methane, an industrial process that could slow the pace of climate change.