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COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/11/2021
A UB study digs into the history of summer in southern Greenland, with findings that hold a message of caution as the world warms again.
The new process developed by a UB researcher can help organizations learn more from their internet-connected devices.
The UB computer scientist will use the award to investigate ways to streamline complex web applications.
UB architects and the Polus Center are behind the inclusive project that could create significant change across the coffee industry.
Targeting therapies to a certain mutation can make a huge difference in outcomes — and even survival, researchers say.
A little more than a month after noted vaccine researcher John Mascola spoke at UB, four university physicians reflect on lessons learned from the pandemic.
Mattia de’ Michieli Vitturi uses computational modeling to help officials in Iceland understand where Fagradalsfjall’s lava may flow.
The Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics program was created to leverage and advance life science innovations in the greater Buffalo area.
UB technology can identify machines by their unique “hot end,” which could aid intellectual property and security.
Researchers can get more useful data on the brain-gut connection from a new method utilizing Raspberry Pi and near-infrared imaging technologies.
For researchers at UB's Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the principles of team science have become part of everyday life since the pandemic.
The Alison Des Forges symposium, held in memory of the UB human rights advocate, will explore the human rights dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic
A UB study shows how to make stable and large aerogels that remove heavy metals, organic solvents and organic dyes.