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UB researchers have developed a method for determining how
relevant findings from mouse models are to humans.
The funded projects are focused on improving our understanding
of the human genome and microbiome.
The minimally invasive technique could lead to advances in
mapping the brain and treating neurological disease.
Americans are in for a rare treat, UB faculty say, as the
“path of totality” of next week's solar eclipse makes
landfall in the U.S. for the first time since 1979.
Startup ClearView Social helps law firms and other companies
share information with their online contacts.
UB's Umesh Sharma has received a $1M grant through an NIH
program that supports clinical and translational researchers early
in their careers.
Architecture professor Nicholas Rajkovich says cities need more
than air conditioning to get through heat waves.
UB research suggests providing a more complete account of severe
events can motivate people to care more about what they’re
A $2.5 million federal grant will train a new cadre of research
leaders skilled in analyzing and interpreting big health care
High intensity interval training can reverse frailty in older
populations, a UB preclinical study has found.
The study of how Tonawanda Coke plant emissions may have
affected nearby soil has begun with soil sampling.
Using self-distancing language in stressful situations can help
us “see” ourselves through someone else’s eyes,
according to new UB research.
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