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The Future of Manufacturing

UB’s Community of Excellence in Sustainable Manufacturing and Advanced Robotic Technologies (SMART) is funding five projects to develop next-gen manufacturing technologies to bring products to market faster.... >> Read more 
HISTORIC PLACES
Edmund B. Hayes Hall, the iconic building with a fascinating story on the South Campus, has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.  Hayes Hall, which was listed on the National Register on June 21, is the first building at UB to receive the historic designation... >> Read more
VACANT LOTS AS SPONGES? 
From coral reefts, to Cambridge, to Buffalo neighborhoods, UB students are making the most of the summer months through hands-on research,including field work to test how well vacant lots in Buffalo absorb rainfall ... >> Read more
SAVING THE AFRICAN VIOLET
One of the world's most common house plants, the African violet is threatend in the wild due to loss of native habitat. Two UB biologists, are leading a project that could help assure the future of the plant: an effort to sequence its genome... >>Read more
THIN FILMS FOR SOLAR CELLS
In the pursuit of creating more efficient and affordable solar cells, a UB-led research team will develop light-harvesting films using funds from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative. The study will focus on a class of ... >> Read more
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