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UB students took the top prize in the graduate division of the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute’s Research and Development competition.


The Graduate Teaching Award recognizes the UB engineer's excellence and creativity in teaching master's-level students.


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.


Assistant Professor Ravi Ranade in UB’s Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering received the University of Buffalo Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Distinguished Research Mentor Award. 


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


The 3MT Competition aimed to help PhD candidates hone their presentation skills and communicate their research to a broad audience.


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.

Pinar Okumus, assistant professor in UB’s Civil Structural and Environmental Engineering Department, has been named a 2016 Outstanding Reviewer award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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.

STEM Open House


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.