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Searching for a flash of orange and a flutter of wings, UB students recently tagged monarch butterflies in a Buffalo park to track the insects' spectacular migration.
A UB study found that policy makers must develop a more nuanced relationship with the sciences and the kinds of knowledge their work can provide.
Philosophy professor Ryan Muldoon says that while new tech does generate some harms, preemptive bans would stifle innovation and block potential solutions.
Stakeholders worked to develop a network to address sustainability and resilience challenges in the Lower Great Lakes region.
Engineering and Theatre and Dance students combined their unique skills to build two sets for the Prague Quadrennial earlier this summer.
UB’s Social Impact Fellows program places student teams at 10 mission-driven organizations to develop innovative solutions to social issues impacting our area.
Guacamole lovers rejoice! A new study illuminates the avocado’s family history and lays the foundation for the species’ improvement.