Research News

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  • New study probes macrophages’ role in pulmonary fibrosis
    4/16/24

    These white blood cells promote scar tissue formation, but certain drugs, such as pirfenidone, may stop this from happening.

  • Conveying research through imagery
    4/5/24

    The Art of Research competition highlights the work of UB graduate students through visually captivating images and engaging captions.

  • Copprium moves its tech closer to marketplace with UB’s assistance
    4/5/24

    The conductive ink startup was spun out from the university’s Business and Entrepreneur Partnerships office.

  • Des Forges symposium set for April 16
    4/4/24

    The conference held in memory of the human rights advocate will focus on sexual and reproductive rights from a human rights perspective.

  • UB geoscientists to help photograph eclipse for NASA
    4/4/24

    Citizen science teams across the path of totality will take advantage of a rare opportunity to observe the sun’s atmosphere.

  • NSF director trades AI knowledge with UB community
    4/4/24

    Sethuraman Panchanathan learned plenty about UB’s research — and also offered plenty of advice — during a visit to campus.

  • JAMA paper shows telemedicine success for HCV treatment
    4/4/24

    In people with opioid use disorder, telemedicine treatment for hepatitis C virus was more than twice as successful as off-site referral.

  • Transporting spin information at the speed of light
    4/3/24

    Scientists transfer electron spin to photons, a quantum tech advancement that could offer rapid communication over interplanetary distances.

  • UB is ready to lead in AI for social good
    4/2/24

    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan opened the National AI Institute for Exceptional Education.

  • Creating nanoshell catalyst to capture methane emissions
    4/2/24

    A UB-led research team is developing new catalysts that aim to turn climate-warming methane emissions into useful commercial products.

  • UB awarded $1.25M to create clean energy research hub
    4/2/24

    The project will tap UB’s expertise in materials science, advanced manufacturing, AI and more.