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A UB expert weighs in on the latest developments in the battle between the tech giant and FBI.
A study asks why a significant percentage of people who undergo gastric bypass surgery develop alcohol abuse problems.
Martin Blaser, director of the NYU Human Microbiome Program, will present two free seminars in early April.
Nearly a third of fourth-year medical students will stay at UB for residencies, a sign of growing loyalty to the region.
Cloud cover patterns could help scientists figure out where endangered species live, a new study by Yale and UB finds.
Don't miss your chance to meet Joseph Incandela, the physicist who announced the Higgs boson discovery in 2012.
In a spring studio focused on refugees, students are re-envisioning an abandoned silk mill as temporary housing.
Events including a panel discussion with Muslim students seek to educate the UB community about Islam.
Students returned from an alternative spring break trip to Selma, Alabama, with new perspectives on the world, and of themselves.
Event aims to raise awareness, promote progression of women in science, technology, engineering and math careers.
Symposium explores Syrian refugee crisis and Buffalo's role in long-term solutions.
Researcher who studies wound healing and tissue regeneration receives 2016 Dr. Horace Furumoto Innovations Young Investigator Award.
UB president expresses disappointment that state budget doesn't include full extension of NYSUNY 2020.
"Bigotry, racism, intolerance and discrimination have no place in our UB community, and they will not be tolerated," Tripathi writes.
UB biologists are serving as consultants on the ultimate middle school science project: growing potatoes in space.
UB’s annual Signature Series will honor the Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist — and UB alumnus — with several events on campus.
An expert on the celebrated American poet will discuss unanswered questions that persist about his work.
The tightly knit ensemble will perform the final three concerts in this season's Slee/Beethoven String Quartet Cycle.
An atheist, a former Anglican pastor and a geologist will offer insight on a topic we struggle with every day.
UB Law professors will discuss whether the current presidential candidates can fulfill their campaign promises.
This year's Gender Across Borders symposium will look at how alliances are forged without ignoring differences.
Social Work will use the funding to incorporate trauma-informed care into work with teens struggling with substance abuse.
UB is launching a new identity and brand strategy that tells the university's story in a more compelling and cohesive way.
That's the message Siddhartha Mukherjee drove home during his talk last night as part of UB's Distinguished Speakers Series.
“Art Talk Back” aims to encourage dialog on these important issues using this medium to guide the conversation.
The annual symposium held in memory of the human rights activist will focus on refugees, migrants, human trafficking and slavery.
Four students from the renown Eastman School of Music will perform at UB at the annual Eastman Organists' Day.
Thirteen first-year students spent their spring break making connections with members of the community outside the medical school.
When's he's “off the clock” at UB, Nallan Suresh can be found in his art studio, pursuing his natural talent for painting.
Outstanding scholarly, research and creative activities were recognized yesterday at the Celebration of Student Academic Excellence.
A spy. A teacher. A bodyguard. That, in a nutshell, describes the different functions of a nanoparticle invented at UB.
A UB study suggests guilt produced by the initial exposure to a violent video game declines after repeated play.
The new look for athletics is now more closely aligned with the university’s strengthened and cohesive academic identity.
Members of the President’s Brand Council talk about UB’s new brand strategy initiative and what it means for the university.
SUNY Distinguished Professor Tony Conrad, a boundary-stretching artist and UB faculty member for nearly 40 years, died on Saturday.
The Green it Forward initiative aims to reduce the use of electricity on campus by 10 percent this week.
A conference for SEAS graduate students last week brought reprresentatives of NASA, Moog, Praxair and other companies to Davis Hall.
Here is How UB developed its new identity and brand initiative.
Snakes, lizards and Gila monsters play an important role in this year’s David Chu Lecture in the pharmacy school.
A new book by UB sociologist Lionel Lewis describes the inner workings of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
The percentage of African-American high school seniors who smoke has changed little in two decades, according to a new journal supplement.
"Serial" host Sarah Koenig told a UB audience that her podcast succeeds because it's authentic.
Students will use the popular Mindcraft video game to create their own version of a virtual UB campus at this year’s Minecraft build-a-thon.
Fulbright scholar Françoise Pfaff will visit UB April 19 to discuss the life and career of film director Ousmane Sembene.
UB will celebrate the distinguished, 52-year career of the retiring SUNY Distinguished Service Professor with a special event on April 29.
This production of the Stephen Sondheim musical explores the fairy tale of the American dream.
UB students will pitch their business plans to a panel of local entrepreneurs at the Academies’ Annual Elevator Pitch Competition.
Western New Yorkers turned out in droves for a chance to meet a contender in the 2016 presidential election.
Watch these seemingly impossible watercraft take to Lake LaSalle on Saturday as part of a student engineering conference.
The university’s signature confection reaches star status
The massive open online course will provide an overview of ADHD diagnosis and treatment.
The music and arts competition brings a message of awareness, prevention and “dignity for all” to CFA.
Marci Bowers also will meet with students and clinicians who serve the transgender community.
A startup that makes and sells self-piloting technology and automation tools to ship operators took the top prize in the Panasci TEC.
The MSNBC town hall brought a major presidential candidate to UB for the second time in a week.
Back-to-back events featuring major presidential candidates bring the excitement of the 2016 primary season to campus.
The UB Libraries will hold a Shakespeare Read-A-Thon to celebrate the life of The Bard on the 400th anniversary of his death.
Nearly two-dozen events are taking place to advance sustainability every day — both on and off campus.
The new Center for Microbiome Research will look at the collective microorganisms that live on and in the human body.
A UB Law School panel delves into the issue of why presidential candidates make campaign promises they can't keep.
Loretta Ford, who is credited with co-founding the first nurse practitioner education program, will speak next week at UB.
Sean Graney, the WBFO Eileen Silvers Visiting Professor, is premiering his adaptation of Wagner's "Ring" cycle next week at UB.
The Louis P. Ciminelli Family Foundation has given $1 million for the Hayes work and future initiatives in Buffalo neighborhoods.
Lynn Kozlowski says some health websites aren't adequately informing consumers about the relative risks of certain nicotine products.
Sociologist Nancy Foner will discuss why tensions about immigrants are different in the U.S. and Europe during a talk at UB.
A UB expert explains the quirk that made it possible for the NFL to open the next season with a rematch between Super Bowl rivals.
UB students are heading to NASA Langley to show off plans for a heat shield meant to protect spacecraft entering Mars.
The spotlight on the opioid epidemic has created an opportunity to develop better drug policies in the U.S., a UB expert says.
The final total is in and the 2015 Employees Campaign for the Community exceeded its goal by nearly $20,000.
UB faculty members Paras Prasad and Claude E. Welch Jr. will receive the UB President’s Medal during University Commencement on May 15.
UB's first Truman recipient hears the news at a surprise meeting with President Satish Tripathi.
A thrifty consumer with an eye on fuel costs, UB staff member Kris Miller plugs into alternative power.
UB gender expert Kari Winter says Harriet Tubman is a great choice to replace Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill.
The Donald S. Carmichael Professor of Organizational Behavior will assume the position of dean effective April 25.
Six Muslim students told a UB audience that education is the key to overcoming anti-Muslim rhetoric.
The Education and Leadership Fellows in Sustainability (ELFS) work to create a long-term culture of sustainability at UB.
President Satish K. Tripathi published a letter to the UB community today on the website of the Office of the President regarding the role of the UB Foundation.
While many UB students are using RateMyProfessors.com, they view the ranking website cautiously.
Program teaches students to look at whole body health and wellness, not just dental disease.
UB ranks first on the EPA's list of the largest university users of zero-emissions electricity from renewable resources.
The new music “supergroup” completes its UB residency with an ambitious slate of 20 performances and activities.
Some 5,846 students are candidates to receive degrees during University Commencement and 15 other commencement ceremonies.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is “all but done” in his “Deflategate” appeal, sports law expert Nellie Drew says.
The DIFCON12 series of “difficult conversations” wraps up with a chance for the campus community to review and reflect.
Two projects designed by UB architecture professors have received jury honors in the Architizer A+ Awards competition.
UB will celebrate the life and work of the late distinguished faculty member with a PLASMA event devoted to his work.
UB medical students who traveled to Haiti over spring break have become the primary care providers for some of their patients.
Students from UB's Gifted Math Program learned about the cool aspects of electrical engineering.
RIA researchers have found that exercise is crucial for a gene in the brain's dopamine system to prolong lifespan.
Historian Ndubueze Mbah will discuss how Euro-African exchanges transformed West African gender identities in a Scholars@Hallwalls lecture.
A talk by UB nursing researcher Margaret Moss will explore why the health of Native populations remains a mystery.
The first in a series of banners praising UB’s growing prominence and strength debuted on the south side of Alumni Arena.
UB faculty member Jim Lemoine says organizations that set overly ambitious goals can hurt performance and morale.
Eight UB students have won awards in this year’s competition, one more than all the awards given to other SUNY students.
UB was recognized as a campus leader by N.Y.'s REV clean-energy program for higher education.
Actor Kevin Spacey told a UB audience that no one breaks new ground by playing it safe.
Actor Kevin Spacey topped off his visit to UB with a peek at some of the treasures in the UB Libraries' Special Collections.