The Buffalo News highlights research by Jason Briner that shows Greenland was chilly as ever when Eric the Red arrived.
A story on IFL Science by Daniel Antonius looks at how terror attacks influence mental health.
UB's Daniel Antonius looks at how terror attacks influence mental health in The Conversation.
Yahoo News reports on a study by UB researchers that found Twitter can help when it comes to information on road conditions.
The Washington Post writes on UB research that found Twitter can provide helpful data about the condition of roads and highways.
NBC News reports on the need for diversity in comic books and quotes UB's John Jennings.
Vice interviews Michael Stefanone about how online communication can lead to extreme attitudes quickly.
UB's Michelle Benson and Jacob Kathman weigh in on the prospect of sending U.S. troops to Syria for Vice.
UB's Emily Grijalva talks about narcissists and leadership on NPR's Marketplace.
UB's Joseph Gardella is featured in the Buffalo News about how to make science more interesting and hands-on for students.
Provost Charles Zukoski wrote a letter to the editor in the Buffalo News that clarifies an incorrect story that said UB's investment in athletics comes at the expense of academics.
The Republicans must do more than just criticize Trump, UB's James Campbell tells the International Business Times.
The Buffalo News reports on a trial by John Leddy that will test a new post-concussion regimen.
Arun Lakshmanan weighs in on Chipotle's image crisis in The Washington Post.
UB's Athena Mutua weighs in on Vox about why Americans don't trust police anymore.
Jacob Neiheisel co-authored an article on FiveThirtyEight that looks at Republicanism, not religion, being the main source for anti-Muslim sentiment.
The New York Daily News reports on a court ruling halting the injunction that barred FanDuel and DraftKings from doing business in N.Y. and quotes Nellie Drew.
Research by UB scientists that shows social media can improve travel information relayed to motorists appears in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
The Syracuse Post-Standard interviews John Leddy, who says low-level exercise may be better than total rest when it comes to treating concussions.
The Washington Post reports on the growing use of earplugs to protect ears from damage caused by loud noises and quotes UB's Richard Salvi.
A story on NPR about how helping others can keep stress in check quotes UB's Michael Poulin.
UB's Jo Freudenheim is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about a study that finds gum disease may increase breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women.
The New York Times quotes Arun Jain about the ongoing health issues that are damaging Chipotle's reputation.
The Wall Street Journal reports on research by Veljko Fotak that found stock purchases by highly politicized sovereign-wealth funds were associated with lower returns than private investments.
UB's John Violanti is quoted in the Los Angeles Times about the emotional toll of police work.
The New York Daily News reports a UB compensation expert says prices will be raised and workers reduced because of minimum wage hikes.
UB's Arun Jain is quoted in the New York Post about Oprah Winfrey's impact on Weight Watchers' brand.
The Buffalo News notes the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is among teh large-scale projects underway in Buffalo.
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