5/1/18

The grants bring UB’s total to five this year, a sign the university is recruiting top-flight early-career faculty.

5/3/18

Low-cost device — shaped like a birdhouse — could help provide drinking water to people affected by natural disasters.

5/2/18

Stephen Rudin, PhD, SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Radiology, has been named a Fellow of SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics.

5/7/18

The company has been selected to join the National Cancer Institute’s NExT Program, which will partner with For-Robin to advance the firm’s novel cancer therapy.

5/2/18

Two researchers in UB's Research Institute on Addictions will expand on their work exploring the brain’s endocannabinoid system as a result of a two-year, $427,000 grant award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

5/2/18

The advancement could streamline and boost scientific research all over the world, help computing industry.

5/3/18

The grant will support a UB program to cultivate a “racially, ethnically, linguistically diverse teaching force” in the city’s schools.

5/3/18

Members of the media and the general public are invited to a panel discussion among leaders of the major Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus institutions on Saturday, May 5 at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. 

5/3/18

Shanté White, former UB track star and School of Nursing alum, is among MD graduates.

5/4/18

Members of the media and the public are invited to an opening reception at Artpark from 4-6 p.m. May 7 to check out the project featuring 10 wooden structures designed and built by students in UB's freshman architecture studio.

5/7/18

New technology could one day lead to portable drug detectors.

5/7/18

A group of University at Buffalo students in a political communication class has launched an online campaign called #holdmediaaccountable. The goal?  To call attention to the profiteering by media companies selling access to Americans and the threat that poses to democracy.

5/9/18

Idea Summit will celebrate the work of the fourth class of Champions for Change, a program that, through a series of workshops, teaches participants how to turn their ideas into action and implement sustainable development in Western New York.

5/8/18

Two students in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences were among 10 students statewide who received Diversity of Medicine scholarships last year; they just found out they will receive the scholarship again this year.

5/10/18

Her former colleagues honored her for her discovery of an important new fossil location in remote Tibet.

 

5/10/18

Researchers at UB's Research Institute on Addictions have found that prenatal marijuana use also can have consequences on infants’ weight and can influence behavior problems, especially when combined with tobacco use.

5/10/18

A new protein analysis tool developed at the University at Buffalo could increase the quality and accuracy of medical diagnosis and quicken the pace of pharmaceutical development.

5/10/18

New study connects opposition to LGBT rights with uptick in people leaving the church.

5/11/18

Event hosted by UB's Department of Urban and Regional Planning will feature a series of in-depth tours, a predoctoral workshop for students from underrepresented groups and a "What's Next for Buffalo-Niagara?" workshop.

5/11/18

Study examines Boston Marathon bombing, Hurricane Sandy; also finds most users fail to correct misinformation.

5/16/18

The $375 million, 628,000-square-foot building officially opened in December.

5/16/18

John Fudyma, division chief of general internal medicine and associate professor of medicine, will receive the Laureate Award of the New York Chapter of the American College of Physicians.  

5/31/18

Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts will infuse the region’s workforce with skilled craftspeople who can contribute to a range of construction jobs, including the growing number of historic preservation projects happening throughout Buffalo.

5/17/18

New study suggests widest graduation gap among Hispanic students.

6/1/18

University at Buffalo researchers are finding that it may be the atrophy or disappearance of these lesions into cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that is a better indicator of who will develop disability.

5/17/18

Wearable technologies may be helpful in evaluating the effects of overcrowded EDs, but third party testing is needed

5/18/18

The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership will receive a share of the competition’s $1 million award.

5/18/18

Restarting the program was noted as a major goal when Great Lakes Medical Imaging joined the UB Department of Radiology in 2016.

5/18/18

The Medical Society of the State of New York has awarded Nancy Nielsen its highest honor

5/18/18

UB President Satish K. Tripathi will confer degrees and Moses Chung will be the student speaker when UB holds its commencement ceremony for members of the College of Arts and Sciences on May 20, in Alumni Arena.

5/19/18

UB's chief information security officer is investigating and responding to a breach of external third-party accounts that appears to have compromised the login information for a large number of UB students, faculty, staff and alumni.

5/21/18

Bak USA leaders reached out UB to help make its Buffalo manufacturing plant a safer workplace.

5/23/18

A new study has identified several key factors in postmenopausal women that are associated with height loss, a common occurrence in this age group that is known to increase the risk for death and disease.

5/24/18

The Empire Discovery Institute will support commercialization of drug candidates discovered at the three institutions.

5/24/18

The University at Buffalo and the Buffalo Museum of Science have partnered to offer a live dance installation that explores the human microbiome and its impact on health, mood and love.

5/24/18

The projects — funded by the Great Lakes Research Consortium — explore important questions about the health of area waterways.

5/25/18

New research by the UB Research Institute on Addictions has identified a key mechanism in how aerobic exercise can help impact the brain in ways that may support treatment — and even prevention strategies — for addiction.

5/25/18

New biotech could reduce time and cost of developing medicine for deadly lung disease.

5/29/18

Blockchain technology is expected to revolutionize the world and is advancing at an unprecedented pace.

5/29/18

Other study abroad scholarship recipients to focus on foreign language, cultural exploration.

5/30/18

International Glaciological Society symposium — with several events open to the public — highlights UB’s growing visibility in climate change research.

5/30/18

Sebastian Copeland was named by Men’s Journal as one of the world’s top adventurers of the last 25 years.

5/30/18

Students from the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart’s STEM Honors Cohort were awarded first place in the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s (AACP) 2018 Pharm4Me Innovation Challenge.

5/30/18

Geologic evidence supports a coastal theory of early settlement.

5/30/18

To reach more people and increase the sustainability of care for Syrian refugees, UB dental professor Othman Shibly will lead the training of teachers and volunteers at refugee camps in Lebanon on how to perform basic oral health care.

5/31/18

Researchers investigated whether urinary, sexual and bowel dysfunction contributes to emotional distress during the first two years after treatment, and whether distress may in turn further decrease function.

5/31/18

New material could replace expensive platinum catalysts used in hydrogen cars.

6/6/18

The University at Buffalo and the Buffalo Museum of Science have partnered to offer a live dance installation that explores the human microbiome and its impact on health, mood and love.