UB product design analyst says irresponsible e-waste disposal is
a trend that may worsen in the coming years if our penchant for
paper-thin technology endures.
UB's Gary Giovino calls study's approach "a very reasonable one
that appears to have been successful."
Thomas Curley, a 2000 graduate of the Department of Media Study,
wins award for Best Sound Mixing. It was a "huge challenge to do
the script justice with the sound," he says.
Communications expert Arun Vishwanath says we need to begin
taking a closer look at the cyberbehaviors that lead to
Research by UB biologist Victor Albert shows that when it comes
to this aquatic plant, great, wonderful, wacky things can come in
small genomic packages.
You can’t control all of your kids’ decisions, but
you can help them make good choices in situations where alcohol is
available, says UB psychologist.
UB smoking cessation expert looks at why some young people use
e-cigarettes, what the devices contain and whether they're a
"gateway" to cigarettes.
A UB study found that even among heavy-drinking men, the Super
Bowl can lead to especially high amounts of alcohol
Exposing toddlers to unnecessarily high levels of salt and sugar
could lead them to develop a desire for these tastes for the rest
of their lives.
Technology can only work when it is deployed as a tooll by a
terrific, highly trained teacher, says UB education expert.
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