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NBC News interviewed Praveen Arany from the School of Dental Medicine about next generation dentistry. Arany discussed his work regarding tooth regeneration.


Quartz interviewed Jennifer Temple, director of UB’s Nutrition and Health Research Lab, about the impact that caffeine can have on an individual’s health.


An editorial praises UB President Satish K. Tripathi and Suzanne Rosenblith, dean of the UB Graduate School of Education, for volunteering to take over Buffalo’s troubled BUILD Academy in order to improve outcomes at the pre-K to eighth-grade school.  


An editorial in the Buffalo News calls two UB faculty members “off base” after they complained in an article that the money being spent on the new Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building is doing nothing for them.


Marketplace interviewed the UB School of Management's Charles Lindsey for a story about returns for online holiday gifts. Lindsey said returns aren’t a gift for retailers.


BBC Newsday covered a recent research trip that Howard Lasker, professor of geology, took to inspect the damage that Caribbean coral reefs sustained following Hurricanes Irma and Maria.


A New York Times article discusses how caring for elders is a growing factor in the declining participation in the labor force by women. It references a study by economics professor Sean Fahle.


Psych Central reports on research led by Patricia Logan-Greene, an assistant professor ofo social work, which found that social workers lack tools to identify cases of chronic child neglect.


The Verge reports that UB computer scientist Kui Ren and colleagues have discovered how to identify smartphones by analyzing just a single photo taken by the device, an advancement for cybersecurity.


An article in Newsweek about the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History, and the controversy over plans by President Trump to attend the ceremony, interviews Victoria Wolcott, professor and chair of history, who said Trump’s presence is problematic given his inability to denounce white supremacists in the wake of Charlottesville.