SEAS in the News

11/13/18
An article in The Conversation by Wei-Chiao Huang, a PhD candidate in biomedical engineering, and Jonathan Lovell, associate professor of biomedical engineering, looks at research that that could boost the efficacy of malarial transmission-blocking vaccines to help reduce the spread of the disease that kills more than 400,000 people annually.
11/9/18
An article on the website of the National Science Foundation reports on research by Gang Wu, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering, that suggests that manganese could advance one of the most promising sources of renewable energy: hydrogen fuel cells.
11/9/18
A story on Great Lakes Today reports Helen Domske, associate director of UB’s Great Lakes Program, received the Vallentyne Award – and a standing ovation – from the International Association for Great Lakes Research for her work in Great Lakes education and research.
10/27/18
An article in Fast Company by Wenyao Xu and Zhanpeng Jin, both associate professors of computer science and engineering, looks at their work to invent a new type of biometric involving “brain passwords” that is uniquely tied to a single human being and can be reset if needed.
10/25/18
An article in The Conversation by Wenyao Xu and Zhanpeng Jin, both associate professors of computer science and engineering, looks at their work to invent a new type of biometric that is uniquely tied to a single human being and can be reset if needed.
10/24/18
An article on Tech Republic about 3D printing, common uses and what organizations adopting the technology need to know reports a group of UB researchers have devised a way to match patterns etched onto the surface of a 3D-printed object to the printer that produced it, a discovery that would make it possible to trace 3D printed guns.