University of Buffalo

The University at Buffalo, also known as UB, is a State University of New York with an annual research budget of over $349 million. The institution was known as the University of Buffalo from 1846 until 1962 when it ceased to be a private university. Many of its schools and colleges are in the health sectors such as dental medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and public health. Faculty members have contributed to the development of a cardiac pacemaker among other medical devices and contributed to cancer research. The University also offers education for other professions such as law, management, architecture and planning, engineering, education and social work. The College of Arts and Sciences educates about 15,000 students, about half of the student body. Notable faculty and alumni include Nobel Prize winners in Economics, Literature, Chemistry and Medicine, CEOs of major corporations such as Coca-Cola and A&E Television network, and US President Millard Fillmore.

Total staff score
359 points
# Scientist Country Public Score Academic Score Overall Score
Herbert A. Hauptman
Herbert A. Hauptman
Chemist (Mathematician)
United States 0 359 359