UB in the News


Matthew Dimick is quoted in The Atlantic about the importance of unions when it comes to addressing the grievances of workers.


The Associated Press reports that UB has received $4.5 million in grants to help recruit top scholars and researchers.


Satish K. Tripathi urges federal lawmakers to reject a bill that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, according to Buffalo Business First.


People who attend religious services most often have the fewest problem gambling symptoms, John Welte tells the Huffington Post.


CNN reports on news that showed the number of middle and high school students who use e-cigarettes decreased for the first time and quotes Gary Giovino, who says this is important news.


Jack Tseng talks to National Geographic about the rare otter fossil he found, and his new theory that some ancient mammals migrated across the U.S.


Nicole Hallet writes in The Conversation that the end of the labor movement could be at stake.


Tracy Gregg says that it's unlikely that a bomb would trigger a volcano to erupt in an interview with Vice's Motherboard.


M. Amin Karami talks to The Scientist about his work developing a pacemaker that harnesses kinetic energy from a patient’s heart beat.


John Violanti says that police officers on the afternoon shift are twice as likely to report being tired in an interview with the Daily Mail.