UB in the News

1/23/20

USA Today quoted Diana Aga, in an article that reported on a study by an environmental watchdog group that found heightened levels of potentially toxic PFAS in tap water supplies serving dozens of major America cities.

1/17/20

Refinery29 article interviewed R. Lorraine Collins about a report that revealed there has been a staggering increase in the number of women dying from alcohol-related causes.

1/14/20

Medical Express reports that UB researcher Christopher McNorgan has developed a computer model of the human brain that more realistically simulates brain impairment than existing methods. 

1/13/20

USA Today quotes Tracy Gregg about the difficulty in predicting giagantic volcano eruptions. 

1/8/20

An Allure Magazine article on disordered eating quoted Katherine Balantekin about the lack of information on the behavior.

1/3/20

The Washington Post quoted Lynn Kozlowski who said the company appears to be taking a moral stance rather than a health one.

1/2/20

Nature News highlights the work of Qiaoqiang Gan, associate professor of electrical engineering, in a feature story on “The super-cool materials that send heat to space.”

12/30/19

The Buffalo News published an editorial supporting UB’s leadership role in creating the UB Community Health Equity Research Institute, which will fight health disparities in Buffalo.

12/27/19

The Nation quotes Lynn Kozlowski, in a story on vape bans and why banning vaping won't make society healthier. 

12/19/19

The New York Times quotes history professor Tamara Plakins Thornton who says the pendulum tends to swing back to studying cursive during times of cultural upheaval.