UB in the News

12/11/18

Forbes reported on volcano researcher Ingo Sonder and his team as they made their own lava and investigated the interaction when water is injected. 

12/10/18

UB's Jacob Neiheisel discusses with USA Today the possibility of President Trump's personnel changes could be used to distract from the Mueller investigation. 

12/5/18

Engineer John Hall talked to NBC News about a giant "energy kite" that could be used to restore power in areas suffering from natural disasters. 

12/3/18

A Roll Call article about a new New Jersey law that clarifies that a candidate for one of the state’s U.S. Senate or House seats can also run in presidential primaries interviews James Gardner, professor of law. 

11/30/18

An article in TIME Magazine about new federal physical-activity guidelines that show that even light activities like walking and housework can improve an individual’s health interviews UB researcher Michael LaMonte. 

11/28/18

An article on The Daily Beast interviews researcher Hilary Weaver about a refugee advocate who received threats of rape and murder after the release of a secretly recorded and doctored video aimed at discrediting aid workers helping asylum seekers.

11/26/18

The Chicago Tribune reports on a study co-authored by geographer Eun-Hye Enki Yoo that concerns termites in Brazil.

11/25/18

NPR's Weekend Edition interviews Tamera Thornton, professor of history, who said she believes that the signature is an endangered species.

11/23/18

"Human beings are attracted to a whole range of experiences that promote unpleasant emotional or physical reactions,” UB philosopher Carolyn Korsmeyer tells Time magazine.

11/22/18

The Guardian quoted UB researcher Christian Renschler on how heavy rains in California could create mudslides and floods, threatening the safety of those displaced by the fires.