COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/17/2020
The research places the ice sheet’s modern decline in historical context, providing a robust look at how this century’s losses could starkly outpace prior changes.
Buffalo Automation’s flagship product, AutoMate, is a predictive boat navigation system that guides large commercial ships.
A study concludes that PCBs, PBDEs and metabolites of DDT threaten the terns throughout their lives, from the moment they hatch.
A UB-led team is developing a sun-powered water purifier that could provide drinking water in resource-scarce environments.
The changes could have far-reaching impacts on ecosystems and communities, scientists say.
University at Buffalo spinoff Cytocybernetics is developing a high-tech tool called CyberQ to rapidly assess whether or not investigational COVID-19 drugs have arrhythmogenic properties that can result in sudden cardiac death.
Research reveals the details of how salivary glands collectively produce the constellation of proteins found in saliva, opening the door to important medical research.
The international honor places Li among the world's outstanding mathematicians.
UB researcher Holly Buck is co-editor of a new book in which scholars explore the social and ethical dimensions of deliberate efforts to alter Earth’s climate.
Four UB professors have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest general scientific society and publisher of the journal Science.