UB’s Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach (STOR) has refreshed its signature mark to more accurately communicate its collaborative roles both within UB and the Western New York economy.
UB's New York State Center of Engineering Design and Industrial Innovation has a new name, a new director and updated technology, but its mission remains the same: industrial outreach, academic research and engineering education.
UB sports law expert Nellie Drew calls a federal judge's decision to overturn Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for deflating footballs “highly unusual, especially within the NFL’s collective bargaining context."
A study by UB psychologist Matthew Paul has found that social interaction could be the mechanism that allows animals living in groups to synchronize their activities, whether it's huddling for warmth or offering protection from predators.
The Miró Quartet, which performed the entire Slee/Beethoven String Quartet Cycle at UB last season, returns next week with two all-Schubert programs to open the Department of Music’s 2015-16 concert schedule.
UB faculty member Luis Colón can add another honor to his long list of mentoring awards: the 2016 Award for Encouraging Disadvantaged Students into Careers in the Chemical Sciences from the American Chemical Society.
Fiction writer and conceptual artist Shelley Jackson brings her unique “cross-genre” perspective to UB next week during the first of six visits to campus as the 2015-16 WBFO Visiting Professor in the Arts.
Award-winning actress and outspoken trans-rights advocate Laverne Cox shared what it is like to be a black transgender woman in the United States during a Distinguished Speakers Series talk last night at UB.
The UB-led Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership is one of 27 learning communities across the country that will launch a national project promoting science, technology, engineering and math education.
The Mivos Quartet, dubbed “one of America’s most daring and ferocious new music ensembles” by The Chicago Reader, will visit UB for a performance that features the work of UB faculty member David Felder.
It’s full steam ahead for UB’s new general education program as the university moves fully into the implementation phase of a new curriculum designed to enrich students’ educational experience and help prepare them to succeed in today’s world.
A UB public health researcher is part of a team of scientists that will use big data to develop a new approach they say will improve the classification of mood disorders and lead to more effective outcomes for psychiatric patients.