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The false alert illustrates the need to further integrate human factors engineering into the workplace.


The switch may help minimize damage to buildings and enhance the city’s resilience in future earthquakes


Cuomo spotlights pivotal role that the UB is playing in the effort.


Paras Prasad is a leading authority on the study of light, including its uses in medicine.


MAE alum Richard Linares has had space debris on his mind for nearly a decade: as a student working with professor John Crassidis; as an employee protecting military satellites at CUBRC; as a researcher and assistant professor at the University of Minnesota; and most recently, as a recipient of the U.S. Air Force’s prestigious 2018 Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) award.


From developing a pneumonia vaccine to desalinating water with the sun, here are some highlights from a year of discovery.


Annual ceramic assemblies workshop brought academia and industry to Buffalo to prototype environmentally-responsive facades with terra cotta.


Students of all levels interested in advanced manufacturing will find a wide variety of course options available through UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.


The chair of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering will lead UB's undergraduate academic enterprise.

SEAS Students' Best Study Abroad Photos

Engineering and Applied Sciences students shared their favorite snapshots during their time studying abroad in the 2017 UB Study Abroad Photo Contest. Check out some of our favorite entries below.

Galleries, videos and photographs capturing life in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Buffalo Engineer is published by the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to showcase the excellence of our faculty, staff, alumni and students.


UB-ASCE student teamwork builds bridges—and more—to help reach career goals. "If you watch the students in action, you see their leadership ability or their intensity or commitment, and that's better than an interview," says industry advisor Larry Mathews. 

Making injectable medicine safer

Researchers remove excess additives from drugs, which could reduce the odds of serious allergic reactions and other side effects.

Looking to the sky: UB Nanosat

A new project will extend the reach of the university's Nanosatellite Lab and help protect important space infrastructure, such as communication and GPS satellites, from orbital debris.