COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/20/2021
The findings add to evidence that the giant ice sheet is highly vulnerable to a warming climate, creating risk of rapid sea-level rise.
A new $2.2 million project will explore how water moves through Helheim Glacier, influencing how fast the glacier sheds ice into the sea.
UB researchers have found evidence of the so-called California variants, B.1.427 and B.1.429, in virus samples of Western New Yorkers who tested positive in January.
Two papers by University at Buffalo researchers reveal important new findings as to how regeneration of myelin in multiple sclerosis fails and, potentially, more efficient ways to treat it.
Projects focus on wastewater surveillance of disease, and automated cloth mask production.
Timothy Cook moonlights as an artist, with projects binding two passions: science and drawing.
UB professor Carine Mardorossian, a writer and author, has worked with hospice doctor Christopher Kerr on projects that explore end-of-life experiences from the perspective of both patients and caregivers.
The BIG program was created to leverage and advance life science innovations in thr greater Buffalo area.
Mattia de’ Michieli Vitturi, a geology faculty member and a mathematician, uses computational modeling to help officials in Iceland understand where lava may flow.
The research focuses on light-matter interactions in chiral materials under a magnetic field.