COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/20/2021
Lillian S. Williams has devoted much of her career to building archives and organizations to advance the study of Black history, women’s history and local history.
Shafer will use the computational fellowship to advance research on ice sheets and climate change.
The technology could help protect cars, ships, planes, helicopters, drones and more.
UB’s Genome, Environment and Microbiome Community of Excellence has conducted the only sequencing of COVID-19 variants in Western New York.
The company is commercializing technology to treat biofilm infections associated with metallic orthopedic implants.
Scientists explore how alpha-synuclein impacts the health of mitochondria, organelles that produce most of a cell’s energy.
“Labor,” a biological art project by UB professor Paul Vanouse that uses bacteria to recreate the smell of human sweat, was named one of 10 winners in the art and science category at international science competition Falling Walls 2021.
A study explains the physics behind reflective microscale concave interfaces — structures that reflect light in fascinating ways.
Sophie Nowicki is one of 18 lead authors on a chapter about ocean, cryosphere and sea level change, reflecting a decade of leadership on international collaborations
A paper in Science Advances focuses on the evolution of the human growth hormone receptor gene.