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An article in The Washington Post about what motivates armed groups such as the Islamic State and others to commit atrocities against civilians was co-authored by Jason Kathman, associate professor of political science.


An article on BBC about the best ways to pull an all-nighter offers tips on how to stay awake, but also notes that according to UB researchers people who sleep fewer than six hours a night are more likely to develop impaired fasting glucose, a condition that precedes type 2 diabetes, than people who sleep for longer.


An editorial in the Buffalo News about the Western New York economy looks at the positive changes that are taking place, including Start-Up NY, and notes the first eight companies working with UB have been selected and promise to create more than 600 jobs.


With an increase of 1,690 students over five years, UB's gain is the largest among all four-year institutions in the SUNY system.


Any basalt under Askja misses intersecting with rhyolite mush, producing basaltic lava flows as has been seen around Askja.


Unlike with other substances, married couples who use marijuana are actually at a lower risk of partner violence.


Water lens could allow millions to have access to fresh, inexpensive water.


David Smith, professor of psychology, trained a dolphin to indicate when he didn't know the answer to a question.


UB has a "very transparent" policy to assist students.


The largest differences were in hand grip and simulated assembly tasks.