A UB faculty member since 1996, Patra will guide the supercomputing facility as it supports faculty-led research and Buffalo’s growing knowledge economy.
Qing Lin has received $2 million from the NIH to explore the science of cellular receptors.
Researchers show that they can quickly measure a protein’s microscopic movements, opening new possibilities in medical research.
Junior architecture students developed their own laufmaschines in studio to research issues of personal transportation, climate resilience and structural techniques.
New research illuminates some basic properties of these eccentric marvels of biology.
Online data can tell us a lot about the places where we live — if we can develop ways to analyze it.
Buffalo startup Garwood Medical Devices aims to reduce implant failures, prevent suffering and save billions of dollars in medical expenses.
Though it’s easy to hear when a singer hits a bad note, what’s causing it is inaudible. The silent, preparatory muscle movements of the face and larynx that occur when singers run a song through their heads could be nudging them out of tune.
UB's School of Architecture and Planning is taking its story of place-based urban regeneration on the road with a screening of "See It Through Buffalo" in New York.
Light activity appears to reduce risk of stroke or heart failure by up to 22 percent, and the risk of heart attack or coronary death by as much as 42 percent.