Here's a new twist to an old tradition — resolutions that have some research to back up their worth. And, yes, being narcissistic might help you in 2016.


Companies tied to UB help cement the Buffalo Niagara region’s growing reputation for business talent.


From robot bees to designer neurons, here are highlights from a great year of research.


An enthusiastic crowd attended CSE Kids Day activities, an event designed to celebrate computer science and get kids excited about the field.  


The companies expect to create 72 jobs and invest $3.6 million in the Buffalo Niagara Region within five years.


The honor is given to researchers who have created outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development, and the welfare of society.


Chunming Qiao received the 2015 Distinguished Technical Achievement Award from IEEE’s Communications Society Communications Switching and Routing Technical Committee.

Beginning this year, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences initiated five new awards to recognize faculty excellence in teaching and research.

The event aligns with a White House-sponsored initiative that aims to improve student access to computer science.


William Rapaport is the recipient of the 2015 Barwise Prize from the American Philosophical Association (APA).


A paper published by UB researchers in the journal Science examines how nonlinear optics is poised to deliver breakthroughs in medicine, energy, electronics and other areas.


UB robotics expert Venkat Krovi has been named a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.