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Preparing for the next pandemic: NSF grants $1 million to UB to develop a rapid response system and build community trust Google 翻訳
A new NSF grant awarded to UB is aimed at developing ways to improve preparedness for the next pandemic. 

Study probes Huntington’s disease protein’s function in injured neurons
The huntingtin protein may travel together with important signaling molecules in injured neurons, researchers find.

UB Humanities Institute’s annual festival looks at Life in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
The University at Buffalo Humanities Institute (HI) will present the 2022 Humanities Festival Sept. 23-25, a free event exploring the theme of “Life in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.

It’s grow time! The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition is back
Kids and teachers can cultivate big, cool crystals in this annual contest founded by a UB chemist.

Department of Music and BPO collaborate to commemorate Lukas Foss Google 翻訳
In commemoration of what would have been his 100th birthday this year, the BPO and the Department of Music are celebrating the life and works of Foss through six concerts, including a performance at the prestigious Carnegie Hall.

As coral reefs face threats, UB scientists study the future of soft corals Google 翻訳
Mary Alice Coffroth and Howard Lasker are among researchers whose work is shedding light on how climate change may shape reefs.

UB scientists to study how ancient climate change altered ecosystems in Southeast Alaska Google 翻訳
Researching the past could provide important insights into how climate change may impact ecosystems today.

Study: Novel pandemic strategies helped extroverts safely remain extroverted, and happier than introverts Google 翻訳
The pandemic disrupted routine life in ways that seemed to inspire people, often seen as “the life of the party,” to adapt their social energies to new settings and situations.

Rare find by UB archeologist provides new insight into Etruscan life under Rome Google 翻訳
The recent rescue excavation of a 2nd century BCE burial site in the southern Tuscany region of Italy provides a previously unseen glimpse into the Etruscan identity that survived the Roman conquest of Etruria.

The evolution of mucus: How did we get all this slime? Google 翻訳
In mammals, proteins called mucins evolved — again and again — by co-opting non-mucin proteins in a surprising way, study suggests.

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