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The nursing school-hospital partnership was recognized for educating future nurses in maternal-newborn care.
UB's annual celebration of International Education Week includes a keynote address on U.S. foreign and military policy.
The UB study of transgender adults aims to tailor interventions to increase testing for those in the population not receiving it.
The UB cardiologist is a member of the committee that has issued a new practice guideline for treating sudden cardiac death.
The School of Law's new clinic will train students who will travel to the island to provide hands-on legal assistance.
UB social media specialist Jacob Schupbach chimes in on managing social media demands, the role of video and Snapchat.
UB architect Jin Young Song's winning design in an international contest uses robots to expand and downsize an apartment tower to respond to changing lifestyles.
The scientists received the Knudsen Award from ABSA International for a risk assessment study of a virus found in laboratory mice.
A special program will reflect on King's speech on racial integration at Kleinhans Music Hall.
UB will use a variety of communication channels to inform employees of a change in scheduled operations due to severe winter weather.
“Critical Conversations” will host AAU President Mary Sue Coleman for events reflecting on why research universities matter.
UB researcher Howard Lasker is traveling to the island of St. John to study the impact of hurricanes Irma and Maria on coral reefs in the region.
A UB-led study found the giant, extinct otter had an unexpectedly sturdy jaw, suggesting it may have been a top predator.
The scientist best known for developing the battery that powers implantable defibrillators will speak on energy storage.
UB researcher Elizabeth Mietlicki-Baase is investigating hormone signaling and the link to overeating and drug addiction.
UB psychiatrist Steven L. Dubovsky offers some suggestions for calming fears and overcoming feelings of helplessness.
Students, faculty and alumni from the pharmacy school helped collect 9,000 pounds of prescription drugs during the annual event.
What can prehistoric animals teach us about human anatomy? Plenty, according to UB faculty member Jack Tseng.
The weeklong series of events aims to educate the public about the microbes that live in and on our bodies, as well as the proper use of antibiotics.
For the 15th consecutive year, UB ranks among the top 25 U.S. institutions hosting international students.
Instruction is the top priority for the “thoughtfully coordinated move.”
The Fall Interprofessional Forum tackled a topic that organizers say is a textbook example of a situation that requires a collaborative approach.
Members of the UB community gathered to mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1967 speech at Kleinhans Music Hall.
Robert Wahler has been recognized by the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists for excellence in pharmacy leadership, practice and education.
It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, and UB’s Blackstone Launchpad will join millions of people around the world in celebrating with a series of fun and useful events.
UB's Stampede and shuttle buses provide an essential service for all members of the campus community.
UB researcher Melanie Sage is working to improve states’ compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act.
The gift from the estate of beloved professor Peter Nickerson will fund an endowed chair and create a dean's fund in his name.
Kelly Hayes McAlonie has devoted her career to promoting architecture and design as a tool for teaching and active learning.
The UB-led initiative seeks to revitalize Buffalo’s urban core while creating 100 megawatts of clean energy by 2020.
A UB-led study has found a significant reduction in death risk in women over 65 who regularly engage in light physical activity, such as regular chores.
Adam Wilson is part of a team that created a digital tool for monitoring threats to a South African biodiversity hotspot.
Findings from the UB “mini-brain” research indicate the disease — triggered by malformations in the cerebral cortex —could potentially be treated in utero.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman told a UB audience that research universities need to do a better job of telling their stories to the public.
A new UB study suggest that not all forms of social withdrawal are unhealthy.
The UB Libraries is waiving fines for a month to encourage borrowers to return overdue books and other materials.
A UB study found privacy concerns prevent most patients from sharing their records electronically with health care providers.
Accomplished fundraiser Rodney Grabowski will lead UB's efforts in philanthropy and alumni engagement.
The UB pharmacy professor was recognized by three prominent academic societies: AAAS, AAPS and ISoP.
The acclaimed actor and social activist is making his mark in both fields.
A UB-led research team will develop tools that simplify analysis of glycans, biomolecules more diverse than the genome.
Ferric Contrast and NanoHydroChem have each won $50,000 to advance their commercialization strategies.
UB's Charles Lindsey predicts booming sales this holiday season, with online sales expected to surpass in-store sales for the first time ever.
UB researchers' proposed software solution could extend battery life and reduce energy consumption.
A UB-led study links DNA samples from purported yetis to Asian bears.
UB's Nathan Daun-Barnett is working with the private company vibeffect to ensure that students thrive while at a college or university.
UB geologist Tracy Gregg says each volcano has its own “personality” and data about its past behavior is key to forecasting future eruptions.
UB psychologists have found that combinations of certain traits may guard against depression and anxiety.
UB alumna Anna Liuzzo's preschool holds to the Montessori tradition that all children are unique and learn differently.
More than 100 graduate students gathered in Founders Plaza to protest the House bill that would tax students' tuition scholarships.
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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.