UB LIBRARIES TO CELEBRATE 150 YEARS BY ACCEPTING 3 MILLIONTH VOLUME -- AND ONE MORE!
October 15, 1996:The University Libraries will commemorate the acquisition of their 3 millionth and 3 million-and-first volumes -- a 400-year-old obstetrical text and a new CD ROM featuring UB's Poetry Collection -- with a program on Oct. 20.
SOFTWARE PROVIDES QUICK ANALYSIS OF ION-CHANNEL ACTIVITY
October 8, 1996:University at Buffalo biophysicists have developed software programs that take only minutes to analyze the activity of ion channels, which control the activity of the body's organs, including the brain.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALCOHOL AND BREAST CANCER IS FOCUS OF NEW $1.6 MILLION STUDY
October 4, 1996:University at Buffalo scientists will examine the relationship between drinking alcoholic beverages and breast cancer under a $1.6 million grant from the U.S. Armyıs special program for breast-cancer research.
CENTER HELPS BRING DEVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES TO THE MARKET PLACE
October 4, 1996:Products to help disabled persons that might never have seen the light of day if left to normal market forces will be available this fall due to an innovative and fruitful collaboration centered at the University at Buffalo.
UB LAUNCHES WORLD-WIDE DISTANCE LEARNING ON INTERNET
October 1, 1996:The University at Buffalo School of Information and Library Studies soon will be offering two graduate courses to students world-wide via the Internet
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