UB in the News

9/11/19

MSN reports on research by UB chemistry professor Eva Zurek, which predicts 43 new forms of superhard carbon — including several thought to be harder than or about as hard as diamond.

9/6/19

A Slate article talked to public health researcher Lynn Kozlowski about the current spate of mysterious vaping-related illnesses.

9/5/19

A Time story features Jennifer Temple on how caffeine affects children. 

9/3/19

A BBC News story features police stress expert John Violanti in an article about the increase of police suicides.

8/30/19

USA Today quotes UB law professor Mark Bartholomew in a story on Facebook changing its sign-up page slogan from “It’s free and always will be” to “It’s quick and easy.”

8/29/19

PBS Frontline quotes abortion access expert Gretchen Ely on how changes to Title X funding are impacting Planned Parenthood.

8/27/19

An article on USA Today quotes UB President Satish K. Tripathi, who welcomed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to campus on the first day of classes Monday.

8/21/19

An article on Yahoo News features graduate student Hector Chaidez Ruacho, who was chosen for the Bernie Sanders Summer School, a campaign-led boot camp aimed at teaching Sanders supporters the basics in campus organizing. 

8/19/19

A story on HuffingtonPost about how to tell whether your child is being a bully or doing normal mean kid stuff interviews Amanda Nickerson.

8/18/19

A story in CNN on the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change interviews Jason Briner, who said a world without glaciers would threaten water supplies and potentially have devastating effects.