Residents of the Fruit Belt and surrounding neighborhoods can get expert care for their feet and critical health screenings on Saturday, June 3, at a free clinic at the MOOT Senior Center in Buffalo.
Study analyses data from more than 35,000 species of animals, and seagrasses from every continent and ocean basin.
One of Buffalo’s most prominent native daughters, Helene Gayle, MD, an internationally recognized expert on health and humanitarian issues, will give the 2023 Harrington Lecture on June 3.
The effort will provide opportunities to displaced workers and those who have been historically underrepresented in STEM.
New UB research suggest that people’s beliefs about happiness matter in shaping their everyday goal pursuits and well-being.
The items on exhibit are drawn from the collections of the UB Art Galleries and the UB Poetry Collection.
The act brings four of the world's best illusionists – Alex Ramon, Jessica Jane Peterson, Matt Donnelly and Vinny Grosso – together on-stage.
Researchers use $2.4 million grant for dendritic cell cancer immunotherapy; will study hybrid drug delivery vehicle that breaks through intracellular traffic jams.
Currently executive director of the Lt. Col. Matt Urban Human Services Center of Western New York, Hilligas begins his role at UB on June 12.
Social work researcher's innovative project will explore how a person’s emotional changes during the early stages of recovery from alcohol use disorder can influence the potential success of their recovery.