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12/3/13

It may be related to atmospheric temperatures.

12/3/13

Phil Arena draws attention to how the U.S. interprets world politics.

12/3/13

Taste receptor cells appear to be affected by obesity.

12/3/13

It might aid in tsunami detection.

12/3/13

There is little scrutiny over how individuals are placed on the list or the impact it may have on their lives.

12/6/13

Carole Emberton, PhD, begins her op-ed by describing the role her great-great grandfather had in the Union army.

12/6/13

The article was part of a Room for Debate wrap up that asks, "How will AIDS be eradicated?"

12/6/13

Senior Philip Tucciarone wins one of the world's most prestigious awards.

12/6/13

SUNY Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science called Mandela a "nation creator."

12/16/13

High dose caffeine and alcohol is potentially risky says RIA's Kathleen Miller.

12/16/13

The interview was to remember the victims on the first anniversary of the school shootings.

12/16/13

The dean of the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences says the move downtown will transform medicine in Western New York.

12/16/13

It includes a masseuse, soft music and snacks, and trained therapy dogs.

12/16/13

UB will face off against San Diego State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl game.

12/16/13

WBFO reports the UB community is gearing up for the Bulls' appearance in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, and using the occasion to introduce the university to a national audience, and quotes Satish Tripathi.