For nearly 50 years, librarians in Poland were educated, professionally trained and required to work under a central-government library system that severely restricted the collection of vast amounts of published material and limited public and scholarly access to even these restricted collections.
AIDS cases in rural areas appear to be increasing at a rate three times faster than in metropolitan areas, where health-care facilities are better equipped to deal with the problem.
AIDS cases in rural areas appear to be increasing at a rate three times faster than in metropolitan areas, where health-care facilities are better equipped to deal with the problem.
The first Western-style master's of business administration program in Eastern Europe will graduate its first class Saturday as the result of a U.S.-Canadian effort involving funding from the federal governments of both countries and the faculty and administration at the University at Buffalo and University of Ottawa.
For the first time, industrial sponsorship of research at the University at Buffalo last year surpassed all categories of external support of research besides federal, according to the Fiscal Year 1994 Year-End Report of the Vice President for Research.
Americans appear to have tuned out the O.J. Simpson double-murder trial, and are not following the events as closely as the extensive media coverage would indicate, according to a national survey conducted by a University at Buffalo researcher.
James P. Nolan, M.D., chair of the Department of Medicine in the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and chief of medicine at The Buffalo General Hospital, has been elected to mastership in the American College of Physicians.
The U.S. Department of the Navy has awarded a $1.4 million contract to the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (NCEER), headquartered at the University at Buffalo, to design and install new seismic-protection technology in a Navy office-supply building in San Diego.
Spring is when most college students are writing papers or studying for exams. But in an innovative, senior-level class in the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy, students have been given a unique assignment: Design, synthesize and test a new pharmacological reagent that could lead to more effective cardiovascular treatments.
An experimental treatment for life-threatening respiratory distress syndrome, developed by researchers at the University at Buffalo and Children's Hospital of Buffalo, is safe and can save the lives of seriously ill premature infants, results of a five-center pilot study have shown.
A $200,000 gift to help expand Korean language and culture programs at the University at Buffalo has been donated to the university by LG Electronics, formerly called Lucky Goldstar Co., one of Korea's leading technology companies.
Carlos Roberto JaƩn, Ph.D., M.D., assistant professor of family medicine and social and preventive medicine at the University at Buffalo, is one of 15 people in the United States selected to receive 1995 Generalist Physician Faculty Scholar Awards from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Four faculty members at the University at Buffalo have been named a Distinguished Professor, the highest rank in the State University of New York system, by the SUNY Board of Trustees.
Researchers in the Department of Chemistry at the University at Buffalo have, by rearranging the molecular structure of penicillin, recently synthesized several novel classes of penicillin-type chemical structures that may serve as fresh leads in the search for new antibiotics.
Undermedication is the most important problem of pain management in hospitals, one of the first studies to investigate how nurses assess their knowledge of pain and their skill in alleviating it has shown.
David J. Triggle, Ph.D., dean of the School of Pharmacy and SUNY Distinguished Professor at the University at Buffalo, has been awarded the Otto Krayer Award in Pharmacology by the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
A University at Buffalo dental study designed to determine the extent of peridontal lesions in HIV-positive children and to find ways to relieve or alleviate them, has found that most of the children examined didn't have the lesions, despite harboring the disease-causing bacteria in their mouths.
A national panel of stroke-rehabilitation experts today released the first comprehensive guidelines for stroke recovery, recommendations that will provide survivors, families and health professionals across the U.S. with a common blueprint for returning stroke patients to optimum health.
Sixteen faculty teams at the University at Buffalo with excellent ideas for original, multidisciplinary research have been awarded grants totaling more than $300,000 by the university.