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5/8/17

Samantha Barbas tells The New York Times it is unclear whether a court would deem the sex-change allegation a defamatory statement.

5/2/17

Mark Bartholomew tells Yahoo News there are different rules about what is fair and foul when it comes to targeting kids with advertising.

5/1/17

James Campbell is cited in The Washington Post for his forecasting model that had the race pretty close to a toss-up.

5/10/17

Kathleen Miller tells The Washington Post that caffeine is toxic enough to cause seizures, mania, hallucinations and even strokes in some people.

5/1/17

CNBC interviews Jacob Neiheisel live about the legislative gridlock that President Trump is starting to learn about during his first 100 days in office.

5/2/17

Repeated exposure to foods increases children's preferences and intake, Myles Faith tells Reuters.

5/3/17

Slate looks into team chemistry and Katerina Bezrukova says teams must strike an optimal balance between diversity and homogeneity.

5/17/17

John Leddy tells The New York Times that the brain benefits from movement and exercise, including after a concussion.

5/16/17

NPR's Here and Now explores the dangers of caffeine and speaks with Kathleen Miller.

5/23/17

Rick Su talks to The Atlantic about the Trump administration's pull back on an executive order that punished sanctuary cities.

5/22/17

Thomas Russo and John Crane say foods that don't undergo proper processing are at an increased risk of causing botulism in an interview with Self.

5/23/17

An article in the Buffalo News reports construction of the new $375 million Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building is expected to wrap up by Labor Day, and quotes UB President Satish K. Tripathi.

5/2/17

An article in the Albany Times Union about a new exhibit in the state Capitol War Room commemorating Asian-Americans and the contributions they’ve made to New York reports UB President Satish K. Tripathi is among the five leaders being recognized for their accomplishments.