Research News

African American woman playing with a baby.
11/7/19

Most mothers in the UB-led study had used cigarettes, alcohol, marijuana and cocaine during pregnancy, all obesity risk factors.

11/13/19

UB geographer Marion Werner's study suggests that diet and health are important factors to consider when negotiating trade agreements.

11/12/19

Businesses that focus on innovation are more likely to be acquired — and receive a higher price when they are — according to new UB research.

11/12/19

UB researchers received funding from NASA to design a morphing spacecraft with wings that flap like a stingray’s pectoral fins.

11/11/19

From a bucket of dusty drawings unfolds the story of little-known architect A.E. Minks and the city he imagined.

11/7/19

Most mothers in the UB-led study had used cigarettes, alcohol, marijuana and cocaine during pregnancy, all obesity risk factors.

11/7/19

Women who did the highest amount of physical activity had an 18% lower risk of hip fracture and a 6% lower risk of total fracture.

11/6/19

But the results are mixed, with private deals underperforming public, according to a new School of Management study.

11/6/19

Neurovascular Diagnostics was co-founded by a local entrepreneur who lost his wife to brain aneurysms.

11/5/19

The system will boost UB nanotech research by spurring research and economic development in electronics, quantum computing and more.

11/5/19

UB researchers will enlist peer leaders in the Williamsville high schools to develop more effective programs for adolescents.

11/4/19

A UB team has received a $200,000 JDRF grant to develop a hybrid model to better understand blood glucose and insulin dynamics.

11/4/19

A UB study will provide the answer, evaluating the OIC’s strategy and comparing the outcomes of OIC participants with those enrolled in traditional drug treatment court.