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Representatives from General Electric, Boeing, Siemens, Honeywell and more to discuss advanced manufacturing, robotics, 3-D printing and other innovations As many as 2,000 engineers will visit Western New York in August to participate in a four-day conference in downtown Buffalo focusing on advanced manufacturing and design.
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There's a crude saying about guys putting male friends - "bro's," to be exact - before their lovers.
UB's New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences is one of the facilities included in UB's START-UP NY proposal.
Most people are only slightly affected by the switch to daylight saving time, which goes into effect Sunday at 2:00 a.m. But for a substantial part of the population, the adjustment can be a rough period, lasting as long as a week.
"When texting, you're not as in control with the complex actions of walking," Dr. Dietrich Jehle, a professor of emergency medicine at the University at Buffalo, said in a university news release.
What do a "creativepreneur," Miss New York High School America and a professional dance artist have in common? All three will share the stage on March 27, at SUNY Buffalo State, for this year's TEDxYouth@Buffalo conference entitled "Imagine That."
Edmonton Oilers teammates, roommates and friends - fire a few rounds off at the driving range on July 11, 2013.
The new medical school will help the university achieve objectives essential to the UB 2020 strategic plan to advance UB's distinction and prominence.
Gov. Cuomo cited studies concluding that education programs for prisoners drastically reduce recidivism, providing a strong incentive for prisoners and taxpayers alike.
LPCiminelli Construction Inc. has been awarded a bid from the State University of New York Construction Fund for the first of three construction phases on the University at Buffalo's new $375 million School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building.
The Cassadaga Library held the second part of Fight Cabin Fever recently; this one featured special guests from Cassadaga Job Corps.
"We think that the university community and public at large will benefit from hearing professors and grad students bring their philosophical training to bear upon a number of important and controversial issues."
The American Insitute of Architects have announced the 2014 Thomas Jefferson Awards recipients, honoring three individuals who have contributed to architecture for the public sector.