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University at Buffalo - The State University of New York

University at Buffalo is a premier, research-intensive public university and a member of the Association of American Universities. As the largest, most comprehensive institution in the 64-campus State University of New York system, our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. 

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UB preclinical study also demonstrates that low-to-moderate levels of drinking negatively affect the adolescent brain
A University at Buffalo study has found that over the past two decades, more Black men have been dying from obstructive sleep apnea than have white people or Black females. Their death from sleep apnea has continued to rise, in contrast to rates that have flattened for white people and Black females.
An insulin-sensitizing drug can benefit patients with insulin resistance at lower doses than has typically been prescribed, according to a UB study.
Researchers at University at Buffalo simulate a quantum computing network, offering clues into what hardware is needed to support these advanced computers
Scientists from the University at Buffalo have shown how eating certain types of foods impacts the oral health of postmenopausal women.
The University at Buffalo has been selected by the Department of Defense (DoD) to lead a $7.5 million project to develop new concepts for precision testing of important qualities of semiconductor chips.
A University at Buffalo research team will investigate why stocked fish in Lake Ontario are not reproducing.
A University at Buffalo communication researcher has developed a framework for measuring the slippery concept of social media public opinion.
A company founded by University at Buffalo researchers is looking to employ artificial intelligence (AI) to improve treatment of vascular lesions in the brain, starting with intracranial aneurysms.
Research from University at Buffalo and University of Utah generates knowledge on GenX chemicals, which the EPA recently deemed more toxic than the ‘forever chemicals’ they were developed to replace