11/2/16

A new UB study reports how a new weak-control laser beam could lead to more powerful, energy-efficient computer chips. 

11/2/16

UB architect Dennis Maher's ‘ A Second Home’ in Pittsburgh features a fantasy world of thousands of found and altered objects.

11/2/16

The Technē Institute's election night event, The Purple State, explores the impact of social media on elections and voter behavior.

11/1/16

The Office of Economic Development was honored by the state Economic Development Council for its success with START-UP NY.

11/1/16

The conference will address new evidence-based methods aimed at curtailing the most serious cases of family violence.

11/1/16

Tech startups funded by venture capitalists go public sooner and are more innovative than those partnering with angel investors, a UB study has found.

10/31/16

For UB students  voting in their first presidential election on Nov. 8, this year's polarizing campaign is triggering unexpected emotions.

10/31/16

The final installment of the "DifCon" series tackled the Flint water crisis and whether Buffalo has its own issues with high lead levels in its water.

10/31/16

UB sociologist Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk says news coverage of celebrities' out-of-wedlock childbirth can serve as an agent for social change.

10/25/18

The UB geriatric medicine specialist was recognized for outstanding leadership by the Amherst Senior Citizens Foundation.

10/25/18

UB’s new AD is bullish on UB Athletics’ future.

10/30/18

At Rx for Success, hundreds of underrepresented students in New York State learned the ins and outs of applying for medical school.

12/5/18

Haiti native Paolo Bourdeau plans to use the research he conducted during a LSAMP internship to make his home country more resilient to hurricanes.

12/5/18

Kemper Lewis, chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, will be the first professor of innovation.

12/6/18

UB geologist Margarete Jadamec explains why Alaskan plate tectonics generate massive earthquakes.

1/10/19

A UB study found that fear and anger related to the 2016 election and the issue of climate change had different effects on conservatives and liberals.

1/10/19

UB engineers will use a $1 million DARPA award to provide artificial intelligence systems with a broader foundation of knowledge through physics.

1/11/19

UB researchers have received a $3.3 million grant to evaluate the effectiveness of linking students' special ed programs with their daily work in class.

1/14/19

Films to be screened in the popular Buffalo Film Series include “African Queen,” “Dr. Zhivago” and “The Deer Hunter.”

1/14/19

The exhibition by Jillian Mayer explores how art can function and/or aid during times of disaster or when the planet becomes uninhabitable.

1/15/19

Nursing climbs 52 spots to No. 8 in the 2019 U.S. News rankings, while GSE comes in at No. 25 in its seventh consecutive year on the list.

1/16/19

Faculty members Stelios Andreadis and Steven Diver are the recipients of the 2018-19 Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring Award.

1/16/19

The findings of a UB study suggest that difficulties with audiovisual processing contribute to the learning disorder.

1/17/19

The partnership between UB's Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences and The Center for Discovery supports the growth of translational research and innovation.

1/17/19

Moving forward, the study team will examine whether pollutants found in soil may have originated from the Tonawanda Coke plant.