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David Lacy’s lab is developing cheaper, more sustainable alternatives to ruthenium-based compounds used in industrial reactions.
UB research shows how the taste of bitter foods changes as repeated consumption alters the constellation of salivary proteins.
On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Moon landing, UB planetary geologist Tracy Gregg discusses its significance and what we learned.
The Department of Chemistry’s CHEM 360° initiative offers undergrads a summer of lab work, as well as instruction on ethics and social media.
A study of survivors’ near-miss experiences on 9/11 contributes to an understanding of what counts as exposure trauma.
Municipal swimming pools and urban amusement parks flourished in the 20th century. But often their success was based on excluding African Americans, UB’s Victoria Wolcott says.
The UB geographer is part of the TRELIS program devoted to cultivating the next generation of female leaders in the field.