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Hailie Suk, Matthew Falzone and Meghan Capeling, all from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, are among the four UB students/recent alums to win the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship awards.

Students in computational research groups at UB (and those interested in them) had the opportunity to learn about their job prospects after graduation from a panel of distinguished experts at the annual Symposium on Job and Career Perspectives for Students in the Computational Sciences.

Chemical and biological PhD student and Panasci TEC winner Ogechi Ogoke received first place in the school's annual graduate student poster competition.

An article in Smithsonian about researchers in Sweden who have created a clear wood material they hope could one day be used for more energy-efficient buildings interviews Mark Swihart, professor of chemical and biological engineering
An article in the Buffalo News reports Ogechi Ogoke, a doctoral student in chemical and biological engineering, was the winning entry in the University at Buffalo's Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition this week.

The material could help reduce utility bills, improve energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings.

Gang Wu, an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, was named a 2018 Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics, in recognition of his contribution of multiple highly cited papers that ranked in the top 1% in Web of Science.

Dr. Chad A. Mirkin is a Director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology and will present a lecture on 'Rational Vaccinology: In Pursuit of the Perfect Vaccine."