News and views for UB faculty and staff
Colleagues of the late nursing researcher Ellen Volpe are
continuing her work on a promising treatment for PTSD among urban
The region, where humans leaving Africa may have first met
Neanderthals, holds a unique spot in human evolution, UB scientists
UB engineer Edward Furlani is working with two WNY companies on
a light-based disinfection system for mobile devices.
The new vaccine under development provides the “most
comprehensive coverage” to date, a UB study finds.
An RIA study found that having a parent with an alcohol use
disorder increases the risk for dating violence among teen
Animated films provide opportunities for parents to discuss
end-of-life issues with their children, according to new UB
UB engineer Kemper Lewis says major public and private
investment is needed so the U.S. is not left behind.
The searchable tool allows governing bodies around the globe to
see what others have already done.
UB researchers served as guest editors of a themed issue of
Built Environment that focuses on equity in food systems
The $450,000 grant to UB engineer Jun Xia will help improve
imaging for women with dense breast tissue.
New scientific findings show For Robin's cancer-fighting
antibody is effective against human tumors.
UB surgeons say evidence alone should determine whether surgeons
hold onto their caps.
UB’s IDeA Center has received $600,000 in funding to test
two new types of systems for public transit riders.