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A Lancaster native studying nature at the smallest scales possible and a student hoping to use robotics to create “revolutionary prosthetics” are the UB’s latest Barry Goldwater Scholarship winners.


The grants support research and education in wireless networks, saltwater desalination and the Internet of Things.


A team led by a UB doctoral student took first place in UB’s Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition for a technology that generates hydrogen gas from water.


Borazjani is one of over 800 U.S. citizens who will teach, conduct research, and/or provide expertise abroad for the 2017-18 academic year through the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.


Applications for undergraduate admission at UB are up 7.5 percent over last year, and are expected to top 27,000 for the first time.


UB’s creation of advanced manufacturing MOOCs has sparked conversations with a binational nonprofit organization and a technical college in Mexico.


Nine University at Buffalo students in management, computer science and electrical engineering won third place in the Northeast Collegiate Cyberdefense Competition.

The finals of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition are happening this week, and four doctoral students from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are among the 12 students who will pitch their research to a panel of judges and the audience.

Graduate students throughout CSEE participated in this year's poster competition on Friday, March 31. The competition allowed students to showcase several research projects.


Device links wirelessly to a cellphone and helps with communication in very loud environments, sending warnings or notifying the wearer of incoming calls.


Michel Bruneau, a professor in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, was honored along with his co-authors with the 2017 Moisseiff Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).


The grant, part of a $35 million nationwide investment, supports artificial intelligence research to make vehicles emission-free.