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+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.…/2018-sustainability-movie-s…/
+Photo: Lori DuVall-Jackson

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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.

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We are excited to see Matt Kahn, CBE alum and president of Big Ditch Brewing Company at the Blackstone Launchpad tomorrow at 6PM! Event @ 220 Student Union


UB CBE's Blaine Pfeifer has been named a Fellow of the AIMBE…/pfeifer-named-fellow-of-ai…

Blaine Pfeifer has been named a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). He will be inducted into the College of Fellows Class of 2018 this spring as part of AIMBE’s Annual Event, to be held April 8-9 in Washington, D.C.

UB CBE's January 2018 e-bulletin is available here
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It's not too late to apply for the NAVIGATE Project, a FREE professional development opportunity for UB women STEM graduate students! Apply at

Congratulations to UB CBE's own Todd Nibbe, who received the 2017 SEAS award "Cause for Applause". Todd has made a significant impact on both the operations and overall safety of our laboratories, and we are so very glad to have him on our team!


We had a great graduate student seminar today! Thank you Junyi Liu and Hanguang Zhang for presenting your research to the department.

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The incred-i-bull transformation that keeps on giving. CBE staff member, Lori DuVall-Jackson shares her issue of Trunklines newsletter from The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennesee where she is a prominent Ele-Ambassador.


Next up: Our Fall 2017 PhD Seminar featuring: Junyi Liu from Dr. Haiqing LIn's research group and Hanguang Zhang from Dr. Gang Wu's lab group. Please join us on December 6th at 11AM in 206 Furnas Hall!

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Please join us for some fun fire safety next Wednesday! A great learning experience presented by UB's own EH&S!!


Our next seminar! Wednesday at 11AM in 206 Furnas Hall


Yum!! Happy Fall to all from CBE. Nothing says Fall in Buffalo like fresh cider and donuts!

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Amazing work by our students today!