Scientists had tried for decades to determine the structure of molecules -- a key step to understanding disease processes and designing drugs to combat them.
For two months in 1814, Fort Erie became “Canada’s bloodiest battlefield” – a gruesome distinction that stands nearly two centuries later. More than 3,000 troops — Americans, British and Native allies on both sides — were killed, wounded or missing.
Building on its mission to educate, inform, enlighten and entertain, WNED-TV productions have contributed significantly to the Western New York and Southern Ontario communities. The programming both reflects and benefits the station's diverse, bi-national audience.
Sacred landmarks abound in this city noted for great architecture and diverse, faith-based communities.
Viewed by more than 1 million people, this concert performance marked the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s first appearance on PBS in nearly 40 years.