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We engage in a wide variety of K-12 educational activities, all of which aim to stimulate interest in STEM.
Study shows AI-backed earbud system is 82.6% accurate in spotting common ear infections, ruptured eardrums and earwax blockage.
Two University at Buffalo-led studies show promise for dry reforming of methane, an industrial process that could slow the pace of climate change.
The team will research insulation that incorporates silica aerogel developed by UB researchers, along with plant-based products.
Study shows the low-cost catalyst can be a viable alternative to platinum that has stymied commercialization of the eco-friendly fuel for decades because it’s so expensive.
The new building will allow the university to meet increased enrollment demand while also fostering the growth of the state's STEM workforce.
The effort, funded by a $1 million National Science Foundation grant, aims to make STEM learning fun and engaging for young students.
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