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11/21/16

The glow-in-the-dark dye called BODIPY has special chemical properties that could facilitate energy storage, A UB study has found.

12/2/16

PhD candidate Jorge Cueto is developing telescoping walls that would rise on demand to stop floodwaters.

12/1/16

Smoking, heavy drinking, physical inactivity and poor diet are key public health challenges for active duty personnel and veterans.

12/1/16

Most patients at long-term care facilities don’t take advantage of dental services, even when they are free, a UB study has found.

11/30/16

UB researchers will use a NIDCR grant to study how common bacteria escape the immune system to cause a rare but fatal infection.

11/29/16

With most elder caregiving falling to women, many are forced to cut back on working or leave the workforce entirely, a UB study says.

11/28/16

Nupur Technologies LLC in UB’s business incubator has re-engineered and improved the original ear-cleaning machine.

11/22/16

For businesses using social media, posts with high engagement have the greatest impact on customer spending, according to new UB research.

11/22/16

A new book by faculty member David Castillo explores the media conditions that allowed the Donald Trump phenomenon to occur.

11/21/16

The glow-in-the-dark dye called BODIPY has special chemical properties that could facilitate energy storage, A UB study has found.

11/18/16

On Women's Entrepreneurship Day, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul toured the labs of two female faculty members who started their own companies.

11/18/16

RIA's Rina Das Eiden says maternal warmth and sensitivity in early childhood plays a strong role preventing substance use in adolescents.

11/16/16

The South Campus Instrument Center scrutinizes everything from auto parts to human heads.