COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/23/2020
UB engineer Shenqiang Ren partners with Buffalo companies to develop cooling clothing to improve human performance when exerting energy in warm environments.
The international effort leveraged UB’s supercomputing facilities for data storage.
The research — supported by $2 million in NIH funding — will investigate biophysical processes that impact the function of human cells and disease.
Study finds that a less expensive method proves to be more effective.
Sophie Nowicki, an expert on ice sheet modeling, is a global leader in the effort to understand the impact that a warming world will have on sea level rise.
From the science of taste to transistor technology to understanding plate tectonics and volcanoes, the funded projects will address issues of societal importance.
The research places the ice sheet’s modern decline in historical context, providing a robust look at how this century’s losses could starkly outpace prior changes.
Buffalo Automation’s flagship product, AutoMate, is a predictive boat navigation system that guides large commercial ships.
A study concludes that PCBs, PBDEs and metabolites of DDT threaten the terns throughout their lives, from the moment they hatch.
A UB-led team is developing a sun-powered water purifier that could provide drinking water in resource-scarce environments.