5/6/19

The award is one of the most competitive and respected scientific fellowships in the U.S.

5/6/19

Leaders from the business, nonprofit and academic worlds will come together for a conference hosted by the UB School of Management’s Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness.

5/6/19

The National Academy of Medicine invited Talal to share his successes using telemedicine to treat hepatitis C virus (HCV) patients who are in opioid treatment.

5/6/19

Diana Aga works with partners including the WHO to understand how antimicrobial drugs are finding their way into rivers and lakes worldwide.

5/7/19

The University at Buffalo School of Management honored individuals and organizations that made a significant impact on students’ career development over the past year.

5/8/19

UB’s Creative Arts Initiative will present the boundary-defying voice-and-piano Hayley-Laufer Duo on May 18 in a concert performance that features the world premieres of compositions from five revolutionary contributors.

5/9/19

A UB pediatrician has developed an incubator matrress that will provide the most fragile premature infants with the benefits of direct bodily contact with their parents.  

5/9/19

Teens who experience cyberbullying are more likely to suffer from poor sleep, which in turn raises levels of depression, found a University at Buffalo study. 

7/10/19

Study's findings on nitrogen dioxide suggest that China's air pollution standard for NO2 may need to be re-evaluated.

7/11/19

  People who narrowly avoid disaster do not necessarily escape tragedy unharmed, and their knowledge of the victims’ fate shapes how survivors respond to traumatic events, according to the results of a new paper by a UB psychologist.  

7/15/19

The awards come from the global association for professionals working in advancement services at colleges and universities.

7/16/19

UB’s physics department is hosting a conference for Large Hadron Collider researchers this week.

7/16/19

The classes are part of a fall inventory of open-enrollment business improvement courses for professionals.

7/16/19

The advancement, made possible by tiny photonic implants, could lead to new treatments for cancer, mental disorders.

7/17/19

Women are one of a number of historically underrepresented groups in STEM fields and programs such as CSExplore are working to reverse that trend.

7/17/19

UB researchers’ insights into a target that succeeded in animals but failed in humans reveal a new paradigm for screening Alzheimer’s drugs.

7/19/19

The UB Center for Dental Studies performs scientific and clinical studies for new products by companies around the world, from Colgate-Palmolive to Western New York startups. 

7/19/19

Public health professor is constantly on the lookout for new technology to use in her classes, and regularly surveys her students to gauge its effectiveness.