Davis Hall was filled with aspiring scientists recently for the Department of Computer Science and Engineering's annual CSE Kids' Day. Led by UB students, the event features a variety of kid-friendly, interactive projects designed to promote computer science. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
An article in Popular Science about why the night sky is dark interviews Will Kinney, professor of physics, who said the further out into the universe you look, the farther back in time you see. “Cosmologists are really lucky. You can see the entire history of the universe laid out in a nice line,” he said, adding that if you look deep enough, you can see so far back in time that you get close to the Big Bang.
An article in The Atlantic interviews Shelley Kimelberg, adjunct assistant professor of sociology, about her study that suggests that residents frequently harbor negative associations with the term “urban” and, by extension inner city communities and institutions such as schools.