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    These microbes are sugar junkies, even worse than our kids.

    In United Press InternationalZhen Wang describes how we might create eco-friendly biofuels by feeding sugar to harmless E. Coli.

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    They were wrong. I proved them wrong.

    In Business First, UB alum Crystal Middleton describes her ascent in development, a field dominated by white males, to become Buffalo’s director of planning and zoning.

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    I wonder if there's a moment for pro wrestling to break out?

    Eero Laine tells the CBC that pro wrestling is a constantly evolving art form, comparable to the circus or musical theater.

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    I’m not trying to destroy any holiday. Actually, I’m trying to embrace it and allow all of us an opportunity to know that there’s more to a story.

    Joe Stahlman tells NBC New York that Thanksgiving can be celebrated while including a more accurate version of Native American history.

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    It’s actually very empowering.

    Joshua Lynch speaks to WBFO about New York MATTERS, which gives first responders a tool to quickly link overdose patients to addiction clinics.

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