New, polymer-based photonic materials into which can be packed "stacks" of data, like pages in a book, have been developed by University at Buffalo scientists.
A breakthrough in basic chemistry achieved by University at Buffalo scientists has the potential to expand dramatically the variety and potency of new, pharmaceutical compounds.
An adolescent who attempts suicide and a youth who sustains a gunshot wound both are traumatized by the experience and could benefit from psychological counseling, most experts would agree.
Mark H. Karwan, Ph.D., has been appointed dean of the University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
More than 1,600 runners, joggers, racewalkers and strollers are expected to participate in the seventh annual Linda Yalem Memorial Run on Sunday, Sept. 29, on the University at Buffalo North (Amherst) Campus.