Past News

4/16/18
The possibility for change ultimately rests in recognizing the roots of the system and how each city is comprised of elements that include unique histories, spaces and policies, according to Kevin T. Smiley, assistant professor in UB’s Department of Sociology.
4/9/18
Using supercomputers, scientists led by UB modeled what happens when two nanoparticles collide in a vacuum.
4/9/18
Lisa Robertson, an internationally renowned Canadian poet, feminist and essayist, will be the featured speaker for UB’s third annual Robert Creeley Lecture on Poetry and Poetics at 5:45 p.m. April 12.
4/2/18
Welcomed by the Department of Biological Sciences, the Democrat from Buffalo discussed a wide range of topics ranging from the 2016 election to gun control.
4/2/18
The event — “Wakanda Forever: Can Art Save Us?” — also featured a conversation about innovation, empowerment and democracy.
3/26/18
The findings of a new study suggest that lie detection is a process often initiated by non-verbal clues, rather than a moment, determined by non-verbal communication.
3/26/18
Jenny Simon, a junior majoring in English and linguistics, and Ethan Wolfson-Seely, a senior English major, were selected from a national pool of undergraduate and graduate students.