UB Chemical & Biological Engineering学校 : アムハースト
The 2nd Annual Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine Symposium June 11, 2018 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM | Clinical and Translational Research Center
Students are invited to submit abstracts by May 31st to Renad Aref (email@example.com). http://engineering.buffalo.edu/…/stem-cells-in-regenerative…
Johannes Hachmann has received the NSF Career Award
Stelios Andreadis has been promoted to SUNY Distinguished Professor http://engineering.buffalo.edu/…/Stelios-Andreadis-has-been…
Photos from our 2018 Undergraduate Scholarship Reception on May 2, 2018. https://flic.kr/s/aHsmhwfSsZ
CBE's own Lori DuVall-Jackson showing students, faculty and staff photos from her second service trip to Africa in December. Lori gave us a great reason to step away from research, check out amazing footage and learn firsthand about conservation efforts around the world this afternoon. More amazing photos here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/ubcbe/0Xc07m
+CBE's Lori DuVall-Jackson will be giving a brief presentation about her work in elephant conservation following this screening on Monday! Check it out!
Join us for the premiere of the University Libraries sustainability themed movie series Monday, February 19 at 6pm in 305 Capen (inside Silverman Library). Gambling on Extinction (2015, 52 min, documentary), directed by Jakob Kneser, depicts illegal wildlife trade in Africa and Asia. This is a free event open to everyone.
A ...war against science and nature is being waged. Populations of elephants, rhinos and other animals are declining at rates that will wipe them out very soon. Humans who value ivory and horns are driving this cruel extinction. This movie is for all but the totally heartless.
A brief introduction precedes the movie and a discussion after the movie will be led by Jim Gordon, chair of UB’s Professional Staff Alternative Transportation Subcomittee. This movie is presented by University Libraries with co-sponsorship from UB’s Professional Staff Sustainable Living Committee, UB’s Sustainability office, and University Libraries Professional Executive Committee.
+Photo: Lori DuVall-Jackson
Co-op, short for Cooperative Education, is a program that allows students to alternate academia studies with relevant work experience prior to graduation. These sessions will explain how it works.
UB CBE's Blaine Pfeifer has been named a Fellow of the AIMBE