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A graphene aerogel developed by UB engineer Chi Zhou and colleagues has earned a citation as the world’s lightest 3-D printed structure in the 2018 Guinness World Records.
UB’s free outdoor performance series is back for an 11th season of music and activities celebrating summer in the South Campus neighborhood.
Kathryn Kendall trekked to Iceland for her latest contest in the ancient Celtic sport that involves heaving an assortment of heavy items in a test of agility and strength.
Whether you drive, ride public transit, bike or walk, chances are you encounter transportation problems. UB is using technology to help solve those problems.
START-UP NY participant FiduciaSolutions has designed a fraud-defense system that has been embraced by United Way Worldwide.
The former director of the Gender Institute joins David Castillo in leading the center that supports and promotes the humanities in WNY.
Architecture students played a lead role in the design and installation of the “Wright’s Larkin” exhibition currently on view in Hayes Hall.
A new device developed by UB engineer Qiaoqiang Gan and colleagues could improve solar panels, cameras, data-sharing and more.
A colorful set of wooden cubes and cases has made the atrium gallery a dynamic space for public events, exhibitions and even play.
UB archaeologist David Witt and UAlbany colleague Kristy Primeau have developed a tool that turns ancient spaces into human places.
Funding from SUNY's Technology Accelerator Fund will help the pharmacy professor bring his “reverse vaccination” technology to market.
Ciaran Williams will continue his theoretical work for the Large Hadron Collider and start a science club for Native American students.
RIA neuroscientists are investigating why fetuses exposed to alcohol in the womb face an increased risk for drug addiction later in life.
Anne Curtis and Michael Cain will lecture at the 22nd World Congress on Heart Disease.
UB Nursing will use the funding to increase access to mental health care and substance abuse treatment in American Indian communities.
Gregory Wilding will lead the department as it launches a new undergraduate program in statistics.
Engineering prof Sara Behdad says repairing and reusing broken devices can yield benefits — including profits — for manufacturers.
Cyro Baptista will offer workshops and a free concert featuring a public art installation that functions as a musical instrument.
Seven UB students committed to social change are traveling to the African country as part of an experiential learning course.
UB engineer Tevfik Kosar has received an NSF grant to boost data-sharing speeds within existing computing infrastructure.
The Office of Shared Governance is leading the charge to make UB a truly smoke-free campus.
A trip to Costa Rica inspires participants in UB's new Study Abroad Incubator.
Rock bands join the traditional country lineup at this year's Tailgate Concert Series before UB home football games.
Local, state and federal emergency responders will assist in the full-scale exercise on July 19.
The English professor will head UB's center focused on advancing women’s and LGBTQ leadership, vision and influence.
UB research finds engaging and informative placemats help kids choose healthier foods when dining in restaurants.
In honor of the Gaelic Games, the UB Libraries is showcasing some of its famed James Joyce Collection at the downtown Buffalo library.
The mammalian diving reflex was the idea behind the technique that raises blood pressure in a simulation of blood loss in trauma victims.
UB physicians have published a study that challenges a surgical practice used for decades during arthroscopic knee surgery.
Research finds osteoporosis treatment lowers the risk of severe periodontitis by nearly 50 percent in postmenopausal women
Frank Scannapieco and Peter Bradford have been recognized in the fields of dental research and pharmacology.
UB's Distinguished Speakers Series is back for its 31th season with a lineup that includes a Nobel Prize winner, presidential adviser and award-winning actor.
Organizers promise Philosophy's annual conference on bioethics and the philosophy of medicine won't be “a dry philosophical debate.”
Biomedical engineering students Mary Canty and Colin Myers received awards at InfoTech WNY's recent BETAS event.
UB coordinated with other emergency teams to respond effectively to a crisis scenario during an emergency drill.
The UB math students edged out the competition by six seconds to earn a place in the final night of competition in the NBC TV show.
A book by emeritus prof Alan Lockwood warns that rising global temperatures can cause social unrest and create barriers to economic mobility.
The honor from the Federal University of Pernambuco stems from a 19-year partnership with the Brazilian university.
The evolutionary history of a salivary protein may point to interbreeding between humans and an enigmatic ancient relative.
The high quality of UB students led Karyn Tareen to relocate her GIS company from Florida to the UB Technology Incubator.
Every mother’s fear — a wandering child — is the subject of this summer’s edition of the Screen Projects public art video initiative.
History professor Dalia Muller has been named director of the Honors College and associate dean of undergraduate education.
The UB team defied the odds and came out of the experience with some strong bonds.
UB engineer Souma Chowdhury is working to adapt teams of drones to assist in emergency response and disaster relief.
Nineteen K-12 teachers can now more effectively teach about China after spending a week immersed in the Asian country.
UB’s award-winning solar home is being reconstructed on the South Campus.
UB's global scholars are vivid examples of the transforming powers of prestigious awards like the Fulbright, Boren or Marshall.
The new law school program will prepare the next generation of leaders in environmental scholarship, research and public policy.
The university's status as an academic leader in geographic information science helped attract the scientific conference.
Coolture, a company assisted by UB research, seeks to expand beyond the medical device market.
Kim Beck’s “There Here” skywriting project was commissioned as part of the UB Art Galleries' upcoming "Wanderlust" exhibition.
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Psychology Today talked to Michael Poulin about how high stress usually predicts a shorter life. Poulin's research shows that this was not the case for those who engaged in volunteering.
Bustle talks to James Gardner over whether politicians can run for president and another political office at the same time.
An article on Science Daily reports on new research co-authored by Z. Jack Tseng, that examines the oddly shaped skull of an extinct weasel called Leptarctus primus.