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A study looks at the role follicle stimulating hormone plays in contributing to obesity, which raises breast cancer risk.
Roberto Pili has launched two pilot studies aimed at finding out whether lifestyle interventions can help patients on cancer treatment do better.
New UB research has found that a convergent mechanism for two top-ranking risk genes may lead to these neurodevelopmental disorders.
UB's new Center for Information Integrity will build multidisciplinary research teams and develop digital literacy tools and new teaching techniques.
A new UB tudy looks at how friends can work together to help protect against unwanted sexual experiences in the first year of college.
Research finds that a large spike in acetaminophen preceded a spike in viral RNA during one COVID-19 wave in WNY.
New research investigates how co-workers can inspire each other, like Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.
Law professor Lucinda Finley says donating to funds — even where helping women get abortions is illegal — is protected by Supreme Court precedents.
UB art professor Matt Kenyon makes his unique paper available for writing letters to elected officials for gun control.
Geologist Jason Briner co-leads GreenDrill, a project to collect bedrock samples from Greenland.
UB has received $4 million from NIAID to develop new treatments that block “hypermutated” strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.