Futurity report on the UB wastewater pilot project that found that a spike in acetaminophen levels preceded a COVID-19 outbreak in Western New York, suggesting that levels of medications in wastewater could add another level to disease monitoring efforts. Ian Bradley and Yinyin Ye are co-authors of the study.
Ian Bradley and Yinyin Ye were quoted in a Science Magazaine story on a UB pilot project that suggests that measuring the concentrations of medicines in wastewater could add another layer to disease-monitoring efforts.
The University at Buffalo’s American Society of Civil Engineers (UB ASCE) student club steel bridge and concrete canoe design teams finished near the top in the national competitions held during the last few weeks.
Five UB students and one alumnus have received prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) scholarships, along with five honorable mentions recognizing current students and alumni.
The archaeological site at Ancient Nemea in Greece receives the European Union’s (EU) European Heritage Label this month. Nicos Makris civil engineering alumnus was instrumental in reconstruction at the site.
University at Buffalo’s American Society of Civil Engineers took first place in the steel bridge competition and second place in the concrete canoe competition. This success earned each team a trip to its national competition.