7/3/18

UB’s Business and Entrepreneur Partnership team’s first annual impact study highlights the university’s role in WNY economic development.

7/2/18

A UB study finds the grain used to make beer and soup is an ideal and safe contrast agent for diagnosing swallowing disorders.

7/5/18

In a larger study, patients with Type 1 diabetes also saw improvement in blood sugars and body weight.

7/6/18

The second annual Summer Extravaganza features art workshops, music, food and curator tours of current exhibitions.

7/6/18

A companion paper calls the UB discovery “a major step forward” in defining hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae.

7/9/18

UB psychologist Jamie Ostrov says recognizing the difference may mean new directions for interventions.

7/9/18

UB biochemist Michael Garrick was a member of the UB team that pioneered newborn screening programs worldwide.

7/9/18

The honor is the fourth national or international award the UB engineer has received in the past three years.

7/10/18

Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award recipient Peter Biehl's own time as a postdoc informs his approach to mentoring.

7/10/18

From classes to Canalside, the 38 undergraduate STEM students enjoyed everything UB and Buffalo have to offer.

7/11/18

A $3 million implementation science grant will support the work of faculty scholars who will help ensure medical innovations reach the patient.

7/12/18

Communicators from across the university have received national and regional awards honoring their innovative communication stratigies and projects.

7/11/18

More than 600 family members of individuals who donated their bodies to medical science gathered recently for a memorial service.

7/12/18

Philosophers at the Romanell Conference also will discuss such topics as abortion, the nature of disease and informed consent.

7/11/18

As associate vice provost and director of admissions, Miller will lead all aspects of domestic undergraduate admissions at UB.

7/12/18

Margaret Rhee’s collection of poems explores a world in which robots and humans fall in and out of love.

7/13/18

Social work researcher Noelle St. Vil’s analysis uncovers barriers women face when entering new relationships.  

7/13/18

GSE prof and veteran Richard Lamb is completing a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling in order to apply his work in VR to vets with PTSD.

7/16/18

UB researcher Catherine Cook-Cottone hopes her work will pave the way for health care insurers to cover therapeutic yoga.

7/16/18

Cancer survivors Arlene Kaukus and David Brown are traveling across NYS to benefit cancer research.

7/13/18

UB's free outdoor performance series is back for a 12th season of music, dancing and hands-on activities.

7/17/18

GSE's Open Education Research Lab will support SUNY's efforts to promote the use of open or free educational materials.

7/17/18

Alison Treichel is the first UB medical student to receive a Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Clinical Research Mentorship program award.

7/18/18

Amateur archaeologists get a hands-on experience at the UB Archaeological Survey’s McKendry dig.

7/18/18

UB research identifying M3R receptor as a promising drug target helps lay the foundation for future clinical trials.

7/19/18

The CDS faculty member was recognized with one of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s highest honors.

7/20/18

UB political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks about the process for removing a president from office and why Donald Trump hasn't been impeached — and likely won’t be.

7/19/18

Eighteen of UB's top scholars and educators have been named recipients of the 2018 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.

7/20/18

A pioneering researcher and staff who have made significant contributions to their fields and to the Jacobs School received 2018 Faculty-Staff Recognition Awards.

7/20/18

The filmmaker will present “Breaking Ground” at Silo City as part of her upcoming Creative Arts Initiative residency.

7/19/18

High school students attending UB's GIS Summer Camp get some hands-on experience flying drones — and have some fun while they're at it.

7/24/18

UB's Mark Alnutt, Kathy Twist and Nellie Drew to take part in session co-sponsored by the School of Law.

7/24/18

The UB pharmacist received the Generation Rx Champions Award for his efforts in fighting prescription drug abuse.

7/23/18

The full-scale exercise on Aug. 1 is designed to ensure coordinated and effective response and recovery in an “active shooter” emergency.  

7/25/18

The UB-led research suggests the gene may play a role in regulating the immune system’s response to threats.

7/23/18

Organic semiconductors are the key to stretchable electronics, like Samsung’s foldable phone, UB engineer Shenqiang Ren says.

7/25/18

A UB tobacco policy expert says 1980s warning labels failed to distinguish between the harms of cigarettes and smokeless tobacco.

7/26/18

Psychology professor has been named president-elect of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior.

7/27/18

UB urban planner calls for the U.S., Canadian sides of the Falls to douse their nighttime lights to make visible this rare atmospheric occurrence.

7/30/18

A UB field station gave scientists from around the world the rare chance to conduct controlled blasts at a larger scale than the lab can provide.

7/30/18

GSE's new combined-degree program called UB teach will allow students to obtain their teacher certificate in five years.

7/30/18

BPS secondary students built their own cellphone as part of a three-day summer camp hosted by UB’s Liberty Partnerships Program.

7/31/18

Research led by Larry Hawk finds that stimulants improve short-term working memory and the ability to inhibit.