COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/13/2020
The work could advance smart materials, soundproofing materials, shock absorbers, elastics cloaks and more.
Researchers will simulate and help design safe, low-cost motors to propel nanosatellites, other vehicles into space.
In a landmark study led by Penn State College of Medicine, UBresearchers and peers from other institutions found that a combination of biomarkers in saliva can help objectively and accurately diagnose mild traumatic brain injury.
A study concludes that PCBs, PBDEs and metabolites of DDT threaten the terns throughout their lives, from the moment they hatch.
The three courses produced by UB TCIE with Freed Maxick CPAs focus on how to collect and dissect data analytics to improve the bottom line.
The fast-paced event will give students a chance to collaborate virtually, a sought-after skill in today’s world.
Joseph P. Balthasar has been named the first David and Jane Chu Endowed Chair in Drug Discovery and Development in the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
In his ninth annual State of the University address, UB president touches on pandemic's impact, university finances and faculty achievements.
The video game version of “Sofia," which debuted this week at Buffalo's children's museum, was created by researchers in the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) to educate childrens and their parents about clinical research.
UB president discusses university’s response to the global pandemic, faculty and staff achievements over the past year.
Buffalo Automation’s flagship product, AutoMate, is a predictive boat navigation system that guides large commercial ships.
A powerful partnership that brought UB faculty and community leaders together to fight health disparities has allowed the community to respond more effectively to the pandemic than many cities across the nation.
A preclinical study has found that frailty can be slowed with what might be considered “over” supplementation with vitamin D,
The work led to the PRODIGY, a risk prediction tool to identify patients at high risk of opioid-induced respiratory depression.
UB researchers have received a $957,000 grant from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command to explore the progression of neurodegeneration in multiple sclerosis.
Aaron Epstein, MD, a third-year general surgery resident at UB, is the recipient of the 2020 American College of Surgeons/Pfizer Resident Volunteerism Award.
Analysis using two estimates of undocumented immigration suggests that, on average, this population reduced or had no effect on crime in 154 U.S. metropolitan areas.
The UB Graduate School of Education will not require applicants to submit GRE scores for admission to academic programs that do not require professional licensure for the next two years.
UB researchers have received a grant from the Community Pharmacy Foundation to help add community health workers to pharmacies to better connect patients to critical services and lower health care costs.
From a balloon suspended above campus to a system of urban furniture, students in a graduate architecture studio created some innovative ideas for incorporating music performance space onto campus.