3 Ways Data is Radically Transforming Society’s Wellness
Apr08

3 Ways Data is Radically Transforming Society’s Wellness

Big data is radically transforming society’s wellness. Over the past several years, innovations in computing power and the affordability of new technology has enabled nearly every economic sector to optimize its impact. Using big data, or the concept of analyzing millions of loosely-correlated datapoints to paint a much larger picture, researchers in New York State are working to improve the quality of life for all. By...

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CTRC Grand Opening Marks Move Downtown of Medical School Researchers
Sep27

CTRC Grand Opening Marks Move Downtown of Medical School Researchers

  The University at Buffalo has made another major addition to its campus: the Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC). The School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences held the grand opening of its CTRC in the joint UB-Kaleida Health building at Goodrich and Ellicott streets in downtown Buffalo on September 20. The 170,000-square-foot research facility allows UB’s physician-scientists to see patients, conduct research...

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First Biomedical Engineering Students Graduate from UB
Jul17

First Biomedical Engineering Students Graduate from UB

UB recently celebrated the first graduating class from its Department of Biomedical Engineering, a milestone for the fast-growing program that focuses on developing medical devices and therapies for diabetes, cancer and other illnesses. Most of the 12 undergraduates are expected to immediately enter the workforce. But most plan to attend UB’s new biomedical engineering graduate program. Starting this fall, UB will offer MS and PhD...

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