COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/21/2022
The Motion Project Foundation and UB’s Department of Rehabilitation Science aim to help spinal cord injury clients heal and students learn.
Faculty members Stewart Clark and Lukasz “Luke” Ziarek have been recognized with UB’s highest honor given for undergraduate mentoring.
A new study will evaluate an easier-to-use method for calculating a proper medication dose for a seizing child based on age, rather than weight.
UB-educated data scientist Darshana Govind urges more women to get into a field that is producing groundbreaking research and impactful technologies.
Miles Mykkanen, joined by UB pianist and faculty member Eric Huebner, will present the fifth concert of this season’s Slee Visiting Artist Series.
The Charter School of Applied Technologies adopts a reading program with a new approach that was introduced as a UB summer project.
The “Food as Medicine” intersession provided medical and dietetics students with tools aimed at boosting the health of Western New Yorkers in 2022.
The $102 million project will accommodate the continued growth of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
A new School of Management study sheds light on a hot Wall Street trend.
UB scientists have identified a stop switch for a motor protein called kinesin 1.