Mark Bartholomew says the social media site needs to be
transparent as it becomes a key source for information of all
The “all-or-nothing” approach that lumps all tobacco
products together is outdated, Lynn Kozlowski writes in a journal
At the Burchfield Penney, longtime UB faculty member Art Efron
will give a talk on Paunch, a journal of literary criticism he
UB engineers discover a phenomenon that enables devices to shift
between transparency and opacity to certain forms of light.
UB finance expert Brian Wolfe uses the baseball analogy to
explain the concept of regulation crowdfunding.
UB researchers have found the history of Greenland's snowfall is
chronicled in the leaf waxes of ancient plants.
The Women's Health Initiative has received the Team Science
Award from the American Association for Cancer Research.
UB researchers are removing excessive additives from drugs,
which could lower the odds of serious side effects.
Use of “claiming language” can ease the transition
into a new home for foster children, according to new UB
The photonics advancement could help in manufacturing more
powerful, efficient and flexible electronic devices.
Judy Scales-Trent's new book tells the story of her grandfather,
the son of freed slaves who became a college president.
World-renowned researchers will discuss issues and advancements
in dentistry at an upcoming symposium hosted by UB.