A UB cybersecurity expert told a D.C. gathering that efforts to
curb spear phishing must focus on individual computer users.
AI expert Eric Horvitz told a UB audience that fusing human
intellect and machine intelligence can change the way we make
UB held its annual Inventors and Entrepreneurs Reception last
week, honoring those pushing boundaries in medicine and other
UB sociologist Ashley Barr says childhood communities play a
strong role in how young African-Americans view marriage.
The discovery by UB researchers paves the way for developing a
highly specific drug target for strokes and brain injuries.
A talk by UB nursing researcher Margaret Moss will explore why
the health of Native populations remains a mystery.
Historian Ndubueze Mbah will discuss how Euro-African exchanges
transformed West African gender identities in a Scholars@Hallwalls
UB faculty member Jim Lemoine says organizations that set overly
ambitious goals can hurt performance and morale.
RIA researchers have found that exercise is crucial for a gene
in the brain's dopamine system to prolong lifespan.
The spotlight on the opioid epidemic has created an opportunity
to develop better drug policies in the U.S., a UB expert says.
UB students are heading to NASA Langley to show off plans for a
heat shield meant to protect spacecraft entering Mars.
A UB expert explains the quirk that made it possible for the NFL
to open the next season with a rematch between Super Bowl