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They absolutely have an obligation to monitor students and issues of concern...

School violence and bullying expert Amanda Nickerson speaking to The Washington Post on how teachers should identify and report students they perceive as potential threats

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Imagine driving a car for a million miles, and it has to work perfectly for 24 hours a day, and you can’t service it. That’s what we do with satellites.

Engineer John Crassidis discusses, in a MIT Technology Review article, the challenges associated with a company’s plan to track space debris with a constellation of 40 satellites

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We have never observed an ice sheet behaving this way before. It’s unprecedented in human scientific history.

Glaciologist Kristin Poinar talks to National Geographic about how Greenland’s ice sheet is growing denser, which is causing more meltwater runoff that contributes to global sea level rise

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Claims that their workers aren't central to their business [are] broadly recognized as a legal ploy rather than an accurate description of their workforce.

Work and labor markets expert Erin Hatton discusses with Newsweek Uber’s response to a California bill seeking to increase benefits for gig economy workers

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You have to keep in mind that nicotine has been vaped for years with no such adverse effects being reported.

Public health researcher Lynn Kozlowski discussing with Slate recent mysterious vaping-related deaths, and how most people vaping nicotine do not experience such severe reactions

Butterfly with serialized sticker on wing.

Students in UB’s Ecological Methods class tagged monarch butterflies to help scientists track their spectacular migration patterns.

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Students in UB’s Ecological Methods class applied tiny tags to the wings of monarch butterflies, helping scientists track their spectacular migration to Mexico and back. See the slideshow.

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