science

Natalie DiIenno, Lumiflux Media

Twenty-one students received top honors this weekend after taking part in the Western New York Regional Science and Engineering Fair at Cheektowaga Central High School.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Hundreds of high school students were welcomed to the University at Buffalo's North Campus Wednesday morning for its Science Exploration Day.


Nick Lippa/WBFO News

History is a cornerstone of education and visitors to Buffalo's main library can now walk through a gallery that showcases centuries of brilliant minds.

You & The Law: Patents

Feb 19, 2016

The world around us was built on patents and they may control the future.

UB hosts 'Women in STEM' summit

Apr 23, 2015

The University at Buffalo played host Thursday to a series of sessions aimed at further encouraging involvement by girls and women in the so-called STEM fields.

WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

Buffalo Public School students are being encouraged to consider future careers in STEM.  WBFO'S Focus on Education reporter Eileen Buckley says higher education continues collaborating with the local school community. 

fredonia.edu

When it comes to the State University of New York at Fredonia, most people think of the arts and education.  But with today’s opening of a new science building, that’s about to change.

BuffaloState.edu

Several Buffalo State College students recently taught science lessons to city children from different cultural backgrounds. The college students ended up learning some lessons themselves.

Public art aims to promote health and wellness

Aug 7, 2013
Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO News

Two public murals were unveiled at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Wednesday. The large-scale artworks were installed on the sides of a parking garage located between Goodrich and High streets in the city.

National sensor company relocates to Buffalo

Jun 13, 2013
Ashley Hassett / WBFO News

A national software and sensor company has relocated to western New York. Sentient Science moved from Idaho into the historic Butler Mansion in Buffalo to work with the University at Buffalo’s material science program.

Ashley Hassett / WBFO News

A group of Western New York high school students toured the Gates Vascular Institute in Buffalo to learn about medical science.

New research expected to help understand human diseases

Apr 10, 2013
Scott Ferguson / SUNY Fredonia

Researchers in Western New York are working on a project that could assess how humans develop disease. A major grant was recently awarded by the National Science Foundation to assistant professor of Biology at SUNY Fredonia, Scott Ferguson.