Designed by Perkins+Will New York, the memorable SEAS building--also known as the Barbara and Jack Davis Hall--brings world-class technology and a tech-savvy collaboration platform for University of Buffalo (UB) to expand research into nanotechnology, bio-based security systems, and green tech, among other fields.
What does UB stand for?
UB stands for University of Buffalo
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We have 14 other meanings of UB in our Acronym Attic
- Universiteits Bibliotheek
- University at Buffalo
- University Bursaries (New Zealand)
- University of Baguio
- University of Baltimore
- University of Belize
- University of Birmingham (UK)
- University of Botswana
- University of Bremen (Germany)
- University of Bridgeport
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Byline: ANI Washington, Dec 31 (ANI): Tarantulas-the big, hairy and to many people very scary spiders-could actually help people suffering from muscular dystrophy, say scientists at University of Buffalo.
Young (Instructor Department of Social and Preventive Medicine School of Public Health and Health Professions University of Buffalo, State University of New York) is a solid guide for students, professionals, and lay people to the latest industry developments, cost increases, and legal transformations to the American health care system.
professor and chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies at the University of Buffalo (UB) School of Informatics.
Researchers at the University of Buffalo say that a woman's chances of becoming pregnant may be lowered by 25% if she regularly eats fish caught in Lake Ontario, the most polluted of the Great Lakes, which is known to be contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls and other endocrine disruptors.
Congress originator and jazz master Gus Giordano wanted the 2000 event back at its roots in Chicagoland, but the University of Buffalo campus site had proved so successful--with thirty-four countries represented--and the University's Center for the Arts such an enthusiastic host and inviting venue that the Congress decided to shuffle off to Buffalo once again.