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Computational modeling shows promise as a tool for probing this question, a study finds.
A new study finds that terahertz data links aren’t as immune to eavesdropping as many have assumed.
Cytocybernetics will use an SBIR award to develop a device for studying drugs that treat neurological disorders.
A new UB project will examine the ethical and social concerns raised by the increasing use of artificial intelligence in the criminal justice system.
The discovery by the UB-led research team could help trace 3D-printed guns and counterfeit goods.
The training program funded by a grant to the School of Nursing will help better predict the functional decline, mortality and sleep of patients.
A new system for automatically detecting prejudice in social media posts can help constrain this behavior online, new UB research has found.
The UB study is the first to highlight sex differences in thermal behavior and could one day inform development of new athletic apparel.
Finalist Dimien, a chemical maker with a focus on eco-friendly manufacturing, was founded by a UB chemistry PhD grad.
With new NSF funding, researchers will work to integrate citizen science data into the National Water Model.
Immunized people would transmit anti-malarial proteins to the insects that bite them, reducing spread of the deadly disease.
The fellows from the Jamaican university will train with SUNY scientists in virology and drug development.