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The UB-led study’s findings from the Tennessee Stories Project can inform educators, clinicians and policymakers.
The findings of a study led by UB's Jack Tseng fill an important gap in scientists’ knowledge of how hyenas reached North America.
Researchers cite marketing efforts geared toward African Americans as being among the reasons why these smokers are 12% less likely to quit.
We love having options, but when we're actually forced to choose, the process goes south, UB psychology researchers say.
UB scientists have been awarded $1.8 million to develop membranes that can separate carbon dioxide from other emissions.
UB researchers stress the importance of improving primary doctors' understanding of adolescent substance use to better address health needs.
Comprehensive report details the opportunities, challenges and key considerations surrounding five subsectors of clean energy.
New award acknowledges AADR members who have made significant contributions to the association and helped further its mission.
The first-ever Great Lakes symposium highlighted the Department of Biological Sciences’ growing investment in this area of research.
The UB study is the first to find that long-term exposure to ambient ozone appears to accelerate arterial conditions that progress into cardiovascular disease and stroke.
UB-led research reveals how fluctuating air pollution at the Beijing Olympics affected local residents’ bodies at the level of metabolites.
A $32 million investment from NYS will match students, faculty, clinicians and researchers with resources to boost the startup economy.