Tracy Gregg was a member of the Mars panel for the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey, which identifies future research and exploration priorities.
Organizers hope that an April 21 discussion will be the first of many conversations on building an inclusive entrepreneurial community in Western New York.
Research focuses on placement of stream gauges — instruments that keep tabs on how much water is flowing through rivers and streams.
The three-day event charts a path for sustained collaborations relating to nanomaterials for electronics, photonics, and biotechnology.
It’s complicated. Rather than simple splitting events, the species histories of polar and brown bears, like those of humans, hide convoluted stories of divergence and interbreeding, study finds.
A review article highlights the latest science in this field, focusing on protein droplets termed, “ectopic condensates."
‘Deodorant is, for many of us, an oft overlooked part of the way we present ourselves to the world,’ says historian Cari Casteel, whose interests include how scents connect with ideas about gender.
Researchers demonstrate the technique in a lithium-ion battery.
In a new study, scientists detail how they coaxed excitatory neurons to release neurotransmitters usually produced by inhibitory neurons.
Research on wastewater finds that a spike in acetaminophen — the active ingredient in medications like Tylenol — preceded a spike in viral RNA during one COVID-19 wave in Western New York.