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COVID-19 UPDATES • 3/5/2021
Variants may increase cases, but not dramatically with rising vaccination rates, so long as public health measures continue, data scientists say.
The UB biology researcher is among 65 individuals elected to the American Academy of Microbiology’s 2021 Fellowship Class.
The pilot program at three on-campus housing sites will complement — not replace — weekly surveillance testing.
UB research shows that by looking beyond profit, servant leaders benefit employees, communities and the bottom line.
Researchers induce “artificial magnetic texture” in graphene, a quantum science advancement that could lead to more powerful semiconductors and computers.
With the Three Minute Thesis contest going fully virtual this year, participants received some valuable coaching on how to tailor their presentations to Zoom.
A humble leader can boost team performance by reducing negative relationships in the group, according to a new School of Management study.
John Mascola will take an in-depth look at COVID-19 vaccines as the keynote speaker of the March 17 virtual forum.
UB is home to researchers whose scholarship explores the impact that Black people have had across the world, as well as examines their struggles for equality.
Working with the South Korean biotech company EuBiologics, Pop Biotechnologies developed the biotechnology that is the basis of the vaccine candidate.
The lab will work on a project, led by Michigan State, to develop online and physical exhibits of artwork created during the pandemic.
A new UB-led study explores the role the gene in human and mammalian pregnancy.