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Phosphine as a Superconductor? Sure, but the Story May Be Complicated


Phosphine, one of the newest materials to be named a superconductor, was reported in 2015 to exhibit superconductivity under high pressure. A new study provides insight into what may have happened as phosphine underwent this intense compression.
3-Feb-2016 10:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Health Care Providers’ Familiarity with Military Culture Critical to Improving Care for Veterans

Health care systems and providers need to understand the unique realities of military culture in order to work effectively with veterans and military families, according to the findings of a study by a University at Buffalo research team.
29-Jan-2016 1:05 PM EST Add to Favorites

Therapy That Uses Storytelling May Be Key to Fighting Trauma From Bullying, Family Violence Among Teenagers


In search of a less expensive, yet effective, form of therapy, a new study led by UB behavioral health researcher Ellen Volpe will investigate the effectiveness of narrative exposure therapy (NET) at treating PTSD and substance abuse among...
25-Jan-2016 2:00 PM EST Add to Favorites

Living in the ‘90s? So Are Underwater Wireless Networks


University at Buffalo engineers are developing hardware and software tools to help underwater telecommunication catch up to its over-the-air counterpart.
25-Jan-2016 11:10 AM EST Add to Favorites

UB Hyperbaric Chamber Upgrade Is a Family Affair

Built in the 1970s, this is the second set of significant upgrades being made to the chamber, the first occurring about 15 years ago. UB received a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research for the project.
25-Jan-2016 10:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Strategically Corrupt: Businesses Break the Law to Stay Competitive

Companies may strategically use corruption to gain a competitive advantage against rivals, according to a new study of formally registered Indian technology firms conducted by the University at Buffalo School of Management.
14-Jan-2016 4:05 PM EST Add to Favorites

Study of Altruism During the Ebola Outbreak Suggests Good Intentions Are in the Details

A study of risk communication as it relates to altruistic behavior has found that portraying an event as a distant risk, despite highlighting its importance and potential progression, fails to prompt altruistic behavior intention.
14-Jan-2016 2:05 PM EST Add to Favorites

New Study to Investigate How Good Antibodies Go Bad


Research led by University at Buffalo oral biology researcher Jill Kramer aims to re-examine whether a seemingly harmless antibody plays a significant role in Sjögren’s syndrome.
13-Jan-2016 12:00 PM EST Add to Favorites

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