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In a new paper, UB's Lynn Kozlowski aims to provide a clearer understanding of this often vitriolic debate through the lens of moral psychology.
A Buffalo mother’s successful participation in a smoking-cessation program is just one way WNY residents are benefiting from clinical research led by UB.
The report looking at structural fires in the U.S. offers critical data to help those making decisions regarding fire protection.
With funding from the NSF, researchers are studying the impacts of heat and cold in Phoenix and Buffalo.
Hearing different accents at home impacts infants' language processing, a study by a UB language development expert has found.
The UB Music Library will preserve tapes of live recitals of works by composers that include Copland, Wuorinen, Carter and Eastman.
Vice President Venu Govindaraju talked about artificial intelligence and UB's work in the growing field.
Colleagues of the late nursing researcher Ellen Volpe are continuing her work on a promising treatment for PTSD among urban youth.
UB's team of student architects wins the award after earning honorable mention in last year's national design competition.
Nearly 40 percent of NYS licensed prescribers completed the pharmacy school’s Opioid Prescriber Training Program.
The internationally renowned archaeologist has been appointed a SUNY Distinguished Service Professor.
‘Smart’ recycling totes? Parking lots that tell you what spaces are open? Students presented class projects that could benefit the community.
Many factors weigh into the decision whether to cancel or delay classes.
Although Jeannette Ludwig and Claude Welch have retired from the classroom, they are continuing to teach through their photography.
Judges for the national crystal-growing contest convened at UB to rate crystals sent by kids and teachers from across the country.
UB researchers and OT students are developing a program to help caregivers assisting older adults with cognitive decline.
Sixty-four years after moving to the South Campus, the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has returned to downtown Buffalo.
UB is being recognized for its commitment to established an inclusive environment in athletics, on campus and in the community.
Snow-removal crews are dedicated to making UB winter-safe.
Like bullets fired from a gun, photos can be traced to individual smartphones, opening up new ways to prevent identity theft.
A study by UB social work researchers suggests that child welfare workers lack the assessment tools to identify potential chronic neglect.
Edward Furlani, who holds 152 U.S. patents and 40 foreign patents, is being inducted into the National Academy of Inventors.
An expectant couple beats the snow and Main Street gridlock with the help of UPD officer Kevin Will.
Sophomore Chasin Mizrahi challenged his diagnosis of an anxiety disorder. Turns out he had a brain tumor.
The Center for Law and Policy Solutions will examine pressing issues at the intersection of law and policy, and their effects on local communities.
The UB startup's biotechnology boosts immune responses against diseases.
Acquiring both an MUP and MPH in three years instead of four opens a wide range of new job and career opportunities.
A case study of the new Delaware North building by two UB real estate development students captured this year’s Colvin Challenge.
Wilmers was "a true friend and dedicated champion of UB who embraced our university’s vision of excellence."
The chair of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering will lead UB's undergraduate academic enterprise.
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The Buffalo News interviews Linda Pessar, director of the Center for Medical Humanities in the Jacobs School, about how first year medical students are working to better understand medical disparities in Buffalo and beyond.
An opinion piece in The New York Times about the shift of bargaining power to employers at the expense of employees includes comments from Martha McCluskey, professor of law.
USA Today quotes Tracy Gregg, associate professor of geology, about the unrelenting lava flows from the volcano Kilauea that are transforming Kapoho Bay in Hawaii.