Leni Riefenstahl's infamous film “Triumph of the Will” will be screened this fall as part of the Buffalo Film Seminars.
A UB-led study is the first to report an association between periodontal disease and gallbladder cancer risk in women or men.
Architecture professor Korydon Smith says health care reform and America's aging infrastructure should be part of the same debate.
A new optical device developed by a UB-led research team could help detect drugs, bomb-making chemicals and more.
Using self-distancing language in stressful situations can help us “see” ourselves through someone else’s eyes, according to new UB research.
Steven Roder, Michael Lesakowski and Peter Merlo helped raise $1.2 million for RPCI while breaking a Guinness record.
UB-affiliated Buffalo Manufacturing Works brings advanced manufacturing to large and small companies that want to embrace it.
The upcoming UB Art Galleries exhibition considers the themes of action and exploration outside of the studio.
The study of how Tonawanda Coke plant emissions may have affected nearby soil has begun with soil sampling.
An increasing number of faculty, staff and students are trekking to campus on two wheels instead of four.
High intensity interval training can reverse frailty in older populations, a UB preclinical study has found.
A $2.5 million federal grant will train a new cadre of research leaders skilled in analyzing and interpreting big health care data.
UB continues to improve its bicycling infrastructure by adding amenities for convenience and practicality.
UB research suggests providing a more complete account of severe events can motivate people to care more about what they’re seeing.
Architecture professor Nicholas Rajkovich says cities need more than air conditioning to get through heat waves.
UB's Umesh Sharma has received a $1M grant through an NIH program that supports clinical and translational researchers early in their careers.
Startup ClearView Social helps law firms and other companies share information with their online contacts.
Management professor Feng Gu argues that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles have lost their relevance.
The ACES summer camp teaches high school students about the range of jobs on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
The School of Law’s Civil Liberties and Transparency Clinic aims to obtain access to information and defend freedom of speech.
The white coat ceremony marked an institutional milestone, as well as a personal milestone for the new students.
University Police officers Dale Hohl and Kevin Will say UB benefits from their experience as first-responders with local fire companies.
UB's Social Impact Fellows are addressing the needs of foster youth and other critical issues.
Charlottesville “won’t be the last time we see something like this,” UB historian Carole Emberton says.
Americans are in for a rare treat, UB faculty say, as the “path of totality” of next week's solar eclipse makes landfall in the U.S. for the first time since 1979.
UB researchers have developed a method for determining how relevant findings from mouse models are to humans.
The School of Dental Medicine has been ranked 10th among U.S. schools and 11th among schools worldwide in the 2017 Shanghai Ranking.
The minimally invasive technique could lead to advances in mapping the brain and treating neurological disease.
The UB Libraries have acquired the Eugene Musial Buffalo Imprint Collection, which includes the first book printed in Buffalo in 1812.
UB volunteers once again played a huge role in the annual Day of Caring.
The funded projects are focused on improving our understanding of the human genome and microbiome.
Dori Sajdak is helping to create and manage the massive network for the SC supercomputing conference.
UB's Andrew Reynolds says even glancing at the sun poses a risk, so NASA-approved glasses are essential when viewing the eclipse.
UB will greet incoming students with a variety of programs designed to get them off to a strong start when classes begin on Monday.
The award honors the UB chemistry professor's research on the ecological impact of emerging contaminants.
UB researchers use a novel combination of antibiotics to kill the first strain of highly resistant E. coli in the United States.
The award, to UB CAT, is a boost to startups and mid-to-late-stage companies.
Offices emptied and heads turned skyward yesterday as hundreds at UB gathered to watch the solar eclipse.
Several UB families journeyed long distances to see yesterday’s solar eclipse in the path of totality.
Matthew Xu-Friedman talks about how changes in auditory nerve synapses could have consequences for tinnitus and language processing.
UB has joined with Sigfox to bring to Buffalo a wireless network designed for the internet of things.
Postdoc Hailey Banack will use the prestigious Canadian award to study how obesity affects the health of older women.
The award to PI James N. Jarvis will be used to study how genes and the environment work to influence the immune dysfunction in juvenile arthritis.
The trip, led by the School of Management, spotlights how UB is helping to revitalize the Queen City.
The time caregivers spend helping a loved one can improve the caregiver’s sense of well-being, new UB research shows.
Ultrasounds can help spot TAVR patients at risk for future heart failure, UB research shows.
UB professor Jeff Good says the African country's many languages are endangered — and so are the ways that people use them.
A performance of the classic Morton Feldman piece by pianist Thomas Moore opens the Department of Music's 2017-18 concert season.
A free camp hosted by UB introduced Buffalo youth to educational and career opportunities in public health and health professions.
A partnership with The JPB Foundation aims to speed adoption of environmentally sustainable processes and procedures.
Funded by a $1.5M NIH grant, pharmacy professor Juliane Nguyen’s work has the potential to prevent metastasis in cancer patients.
UB's programs in civil engineering, library science and communication are among the top 50 worldwide, according to the 2017 Shanghai Ranking.
Students now can select the first and middle names that appear on class rosters and in the HUB.
Geographer Chris Renschler says the situation in Houston underscores the issues disaster managers will face in the years ahead.
When a disaster gets beyond a certain size, the response effort will take neighbor helping neighbor, UB professor Natalie Simpson says.