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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 an 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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Voters recognize the difficulties that third parties face and don't want to ‘waste’ their vote.

Political scientist Jacob Neiheisel speaks to Teen Vogue about why young people who are worried about climate change aren't joining the Green Party

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To be sure, a Top 25 ambition is a bold ambition. But it is an achievable ambition.

UB President Satish K. Tripathi quoted in The Buffalo News about UB’s ambitious goal to be ranked among the nation’s top 25 public research universities within the next decade

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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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Just because you act like an extrovert doesn't necessarily mean you are one—that's a larger philosophical issue

Psychologist Kristen Gainey talks to HuffPost about the broad spectrum of extroversion and how personality is measured by scientific methods

UB's wind tunnel.
UB SNAPSHOT Bridge Test

Students of engineering researcher Teng Wu use the wind tunnel in Ketter Hall to examine the effects of extreme winds on a bridge. Photo by Douglas Levere

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