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An exhibition co-curated by UB art historian Libby Otto, and a new book she co-authored, profile 45 women who carried the Bauhaus message to a global audience.
New award acknowledges AADR members who have made significant contributions to the association and helped further its mission.
The UB-led study’s findings from the Tennessee Stories Project can inform educators, clinicians and policymakers.
The first-ever Great Lakes symposium highlighted the Department of Biological Sciences’ growing investment in this area of research.
The UB study is the first to find that long-term exposure to ambient ozone appears to accelerate arterial conditions that progress into cardiovascular disease and stroke.
UB-led research reveals how fluctuating air pollution at the Beijing Olympics affected local residents’ bodies at the level of metabolites.
A $32 million investment from NYS will match students, faculty, clinicians and researchers with resources to boost the startup economy.
Pediatric cardiologist Steven E. Lipshultz says research is “urgently needed” on heart muscle disease in children.
The new medication denied iron to the drug-resistant fungus, an element crucial to its survival.
Marijuana use episodes among couples who frequently use the drug increase the likelihood of intimacy events, a UB-led study has found.
The coveted NSF grants will support research in AI, cybersecurity, autonomous robots, 3D printing and more.
Jamie Ostrov has received a $2.2 million NIH grant to examine the critical transition children make when moving from pre-K to kindergarten.
Geographer Stuart Evans looks at how airborne sediments can impact climate by influencing patterns of precipitation and drought.