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10/20/17

Vaccine under development provides the “most comprehensive coverage” to date and alleviates antimicrobial concerns, new study finds.

10/17/17

Alumni, corporate partners, and students were recognized for their achievements during the Fourth Annual SEAS Awards Night on Oct. 5, 2017.

10/16/17

Rahul Rai received the Young Engineer Award from ASME's Computers and Information in Engineering Division.

10/13/17

Research team is taking what they’ve learned through lab simulations on UB's South Campus and applying the findings to the NFTA’s fleet of buses.

10/12/17
Bob Zwolinski (BA ’83) and Nisha Chaudhari (MS ’15) remember how well-prepared they were for the job force after earning computer science degrees at UB. 
10/11/17

The grant, for photoacoustic computed tomography, will help improve screening for women with dense breast tissue.

10/11/17

The program, which offers matching grants up to $25,000, utilizes UB's engineering expertise.

10/10/17

UB engineering grads launch Mogabi (moe-guh-bee) to offer a new engagement tool to mid-sized businesses.

10/10/17

Andreas Stavridis, an assistant professor in UB's Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, is part of team traveling to Mexico City to investigate damage following the September earthquake.

Annual SEAS Awards Night

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9/21/17

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
4/6/17

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
9/21/17

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.