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Though it’s easy to hear a singer hit a bad note, what’s contributing to that inaccuracy might actually be inaudible, according to UB researchers.
New works by UB faculty artists Millie Chen and Maximilian Goldfarb are on exhibit now in two galleries in the community.
The advance could open new possibilities in biological research, such as studying the microscopic motions of proteins more efficiently, or leveraging vibrational patterns as “fingerprints” to quickly determine whether specific proteins are present in a laboratory sample.
Molly Crabapple, an internationally acclaimed author, journalist and artist, will deliver the keynote address to open this year’s installment of “Humanities to the Rescue,” an ongoing public humanities project sponsored by UB’s Humanities Institute (HI).
A new $2 million grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, part of the National Institutes of Health, will enable the UB chemists to take their work to the next level — including by testing these new tools inside cells.
UB psychologist Kristin Gainey is using the technology to measure symptoms in real time to learn how immediate feelings relate to later symptoms.
The College of Arts and Sciences introduced its new Arts Collaboratory initiative, and the initiative’s inaugural director, Bronwyn Keenan, at a meet-and-greet reception last Thursday in the Center for the Arts’ atrium.