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It's not realistic for the government to stop using contractors, says UB's Arun Vishwanath. But the risk is if they get hacked, the government gets hacked.


UB's Charles Ewing sheds light on the stress the escape of two prisoners is putting on Andrew Wylie, the Clinton County district attorney.


The Charleston community must support one another, says UB's post-traumatic stress expert Steven Dubovsky.


The liberties prisoners are accustomed to are now suspended after two prisoners escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility, says UB's Teresa Miller.


James Campbell, UB professor of political science, says there is an emerging top tier in the crowded Republican field.


Information isn't lost once it enters a black hole, says Dejan Stojkovic, UB professor of physics, it doesn't just disappear.


Luis Colon, professor of chemistry, was among 14 educators nationwide honored with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring.


A crowded field of Republican candidates could actually benefit anyone who is in the top tier, according to UB's James Campbell.


Stress is linked to higher mortality rates -- but not among those who helped others, a UB study reports.


The inmates who escaped last weekend have got "imagination, they're creative, they're intelligent and they're willing to risk their lives," says UB's Charles Ewing.

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