Three types of bacteria responsible for up to 90 percent of middle-ear infections in children have developed significant resistance to commonly prescribed antibiotics, a study by researchers at the University at Buffalo and the University of Massachusetts has shown.
Noel Richard Rose, Ph.D., M.D., professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at The Johns Hopkins University, will receive the Distinguished Medical Alumnus Award from the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at a dinner at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, in the Park Country Club of Buffalo.
Helping pilots deal with the information overload that occurs during the descent of an aircraft -- the phase of flight that is the most difficult to manage -- is the focus of the work of a University at Buffalo psychologist who studies pilots in a laboratory setting.
When the byproducts of chemical reactions stick to the walls of chemical reactors, it's more than a nuisance. By reacting with the walls, chemicals undergo changes that may alter the outcomes of experiments.
An archaeologist from the University at Buffalo will interview veterans of the World War II Battle of Peleliu during its 50th reunion ceremonies as part of a larger research project to study the remains of Japanese -- and possibly American -- soldiers buried in caves on the Micronesian island.
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A NASA astronaut, a former football captain and a major booster of the University at Buffalo sports program are this year's inductees into the UB Alumni Association Athletic Hall of Fame.
Playing music during surgery may help some surgeons relieve stress and improve their performance, a study conducted by researchers at the University at Buffalo suggests.
Attorneys' use of the "abuse excuse" and insanity defenses claiming circumstances beyond their clients' control for their sometimes violent criminal acts is beginning to wear thin with an increasingly skeptical public, a University at Buffalo law professor says.
The weak-links effect, a major obstacle to the development of superconducting materials for many industrial applications, has been eliminated in new high-quality superconducting films synthesized by University at Buffalo researchers.
The University at Buffalo will receive a $1.5 million appropriation from the federal government to lead a demonstration project to help area businesses develop new products in cooperation with regional research universities.
The University at Buffalo pumps $1.41 billion a year into the Western New York economy, a report by the University's Center for Regional Studies has found.