COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/13/2020
The longtime UB faculty member and SUNY Distinguished Service Professor was one of the world’s leading figures in periodontology and pharmacology.
UB professor Matt Kenyon’s “Tide” and “Cloud” were part of the launch of the TED Talks-affiliated “Countdown” global initiative on climate change.
These agents can stimulate the immune system to “take another look” at a foreign body.
The U.S. government is good at identifying successful entrepreneurial ventures, according to new School of Management research.
The dean of undergraduate education and engineering professor was recognized by HFE WOMAN.
From gross anatomy to pharmacy clinical rotations, students are gaining experience under heightened safety measures implemented by UB and the county health department.
In her 16 years at the helm, Nancy Smyth has transformed the school and improved its national profile.
Researchers will simulate and help design safe, low-cost motors to propel nanosatellites and other vehicles into space.
The discovery would revolutionize technology, UB theoretical chemist Eva Zurek explains.
UB junior Aanchal Yadav’s Experiential Learning Network project aims to help young women in Tanzania.
The public health crisis has intensified, rather than created, a festering national housing issue, says UB social work researcher Kelly Patterson.
The internationally renowned researcher in protein therapeutics is the first faculty member to hold the chair endowed by David and Jane Chu.
UB's Buffalo Innovation Seed Fund has made its inaugural investment: $250,000 to Buffalo Automation, a startup that is primarily focused on autonomous marine navigation.
Architecture students used their design skills to create comfortable, wearable devices that help the users maintain six feet of separation.
Colleagues and former students turn out for multiple virtual symposiums and Zoom sessions to celebrate the statistics pioneer and UB research professor.
In his annual address, UB's president points to research accomplishments, scholarly productivity and heightened philanthropy amid the public health crisis.
The “Hamilton” star kicked off the 2021 Distinguished Speakers Series with a talk and performance delivered to a UB audience via Zoom.
With medical research making headlines every day, “Sofia Learns About Research” at the Explore & More museum is especially timely.
The public art installation coincides with an exhibition of the artist's work opening Oct. 29 in the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts.
Statistics show Buffalo may be one of a few U.S. cities that has been able to reduce the percentage of COVID-19 fatalities among African Americans.