• UB IN THE NEWS
    American classrooms tend to introduce Black people for the first time through slavery, omitting thousands of years of African history.

    LaGarrett King in MSNBC on how American classrooms often fail to introduce students to African history, cultures and society.

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    As a historian you almost never get to say that something is brand new. But this is new.

    David Herzberg in Court House News on the Biden administration’s embrace of a “harm reduction” approach to illegal drug use.

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    There’s no clear boundary between what is poison and what is medicine.

    Yan Liu on Radiolab discussing how the same technology can lead to the discovery of new medicines as well as chemical weapons.

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    The work that is happening here is very exciting and really a model for our country.

    Vice President Kamala Harris speaking at UB on the Inflation Reduction Act

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    The question really is availability of everything.

    Ananth Iyer tells The National Desk that supply chain issues may hamper California’s plan to phase out the sale of gas-powered cars.

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    Slime is essential for all forms of complex life.

    Omer Gokcumen writes in The Conversation about the origins of mucus, and the critical role it plays in our lives.

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