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  1. Coming Soon: Oil Spill-Mapping Swarms of Flying DronesRead the original story

    Monday | ECNmag

    Thousands of ants converge to follow the most direct path from their colony to their food and back. A swarm of inexpensive, unmanned drones quickly map an offshore oil spill.

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  2. Trials in humans near for antibody to block cocaine's impact on the brainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PhysOrg Weblog

    A University of Cincinnati researcher who has developed an immunotherapy to help reverse cocaine addiction that's been successful in animal models says he hopes to have it in clinical trials in human volunteers within a year. Andrew Norman, PhD, professor in the UC College of Medicine's Department of Pharmacology and Cell Biophysics, has led a team of researchers in the development of a human monoclonal antibody -derived from a single cell-for use against a specific target, in this case cocaine.

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  3. Faulty genomic pathway is linked to schizophrenia developing in uteroRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Science Blog

    The skin cells of four adults with schizophrenia have provided an unprecedented "window" into how the disease began while they were still in the womb, according to a recent paper in Schizophrenia Research. The paper was published online in January by researchers at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo in collaboration with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

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  4. Faulty genomic pathway linked to schizophrenia developing in utero, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PhysOrg Weblog

    The skin cells of four adults with schizophrenia have provided an unprecedented "window" into how the disease began while they were still in the womb, according to a recent paper in Schizophrenia Research . The paper was published online in January by researchers at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo in collaboration with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

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  5. Faulty Genomic Pathway Linked to Schizophrenia Developing in UteroRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Health News Digest

    The skin cells of four adults with schizophrenia have provided an unprecedented "window" into how the disease began while they were still in the womb, according to a recent paper in Schizophrenia Research. The paper was published online in January by researchers at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo in collaboration with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

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  6. Ancient Humans Arrived in South America in Multiple WavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | I4U Future Technology News

    Scientists studied ancient skulls found in southeastern Brazil that helped them understand human migration from sub-Saharan Africa to America. The shape of skull acts as a model for humans that had different waves of population dispersals from Asia.

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  7. Digital classroom supports developed in BuffaloRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WNED

    A company in downtown Buffalo creates and provides digitized learning programs for teachers to advance K-through 12-education. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley visited PLS 3rd Learning, a spin-off company from the University at Buffalo.

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  8. Espn's the Undefeated Names Lisa Wilson Senior Editor for SportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    THE UNDEFEATED, ESPN's multiplatform initiative for sports, race and culture, has named Lisa Wilson its new senior editor for sports. Most recently the executive sports editor at The Buffalo News, Wilson is the nation's only black female sports editor at a major metropolitan daily.

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  9. U Club to offer Downtown, campus shuttleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Binghamton University Pipe Dream

    ... will be run by an outside vendor, First Transit, which runs similar programs at other universities, including SUNY Buffalo. American Campus is paying for this service in full as another amenity to U Club. Andrew Heller, a U Club resident and a ...

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  10. Open Arms WNY to host 'Comedy for a Cause'Read the original story

    Monday | Grand Island Pennysaver

    Comedy fans can enjoy April Fool's Day with a night filled with laughs as Open Arms WNY, a new nonprofit based out of Lockport, hosts its first stand-up comedy night, "Comedy for a Cause." The event will take place from 7-9 p.m. April 1, in the club-like atmosphere of the Kenan Center's Taylor Theatre, 433 Locust St., Lockport.

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  11. Ali's son not alone in facing border scrutinyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 26 | USA Today

    Ali's son not alone in facing border scrutiny Other high-profile people have been questioned or detained. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2msQ9mC A family friend of Muhammad Ali Jr. told the Courier-Journal Friday that the son of the legendary boxer was detained by U.S. Customs at a Florida airport and questioned about his religious faith.

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  12. The CPAC replacement speaker for Milo Yiannopoulos was a notorious Japanese cult-memberRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 26 | Boing Boing

    After his awkward endorsement of pedophilia disqualified Milo Yiannopoulos to be the hard right's token gay pal , CPAC needed a new speaker to fill his slot their conference, and the guy they chose was Jikido 'Jay' Aeba, a member of the notorious Japanese "Happy Science" cult, who helped the religion extrude a tendril into the political realm by founding the Happiness Realization Party.

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  13. Grand Island Town Board: Baney announces candidacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Grand Island Pennysaver

    "I'm thankful for the encouragement of others to run for this position and appreciate you taking just a few moments to learn about me and what I feel the core values and skills are that are needed for this important position," she said in a statement to the Dispatch. Baney said her background is in the field of education, having earned consecutive degrees from both Houghton College and the University at Buffalo.

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  14. Conservation biologist warns that "cyber-poachers" could use tracking tags to hunt endangered animalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Boing Boing

    In Troubling issues at the frontier of animal tracking for conservation and management , Carleton University biologist Steven Cooke and colleagues describe a series of incidents in which poachers have used tracking tags placed on wild animals for conservation purposes to find and kill those animals. In some cases, these were "hacks" but in most cases, the tags themselves have no security features and can be tracked easily by anyone.

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  15. Unequal Distribution of Power in Young Adult Relationships More Harmful to WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Health News Digest

    Power imbalances in heterosexual relationships are common, but having less power takes a greater toll on young women than young men, according to a recently published University at Buffalo study. The results, appearing in The Journal of Sex Research, suggest "a healthy skepticism when it comes to what looks like gender equality," says Laina Bay-Cheng, an associate professor in the UB School of Social Work and an expert in young women's sexuality.

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  16. Study finds unequal distribution of power in young adult relationships more harmful to womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Power imbalances in heterosexual relationships are common, but having less power takes a greater toll on young women than young men, according to a recently published University at Buffalo study. The results, appearing in the Journal of Sex Research , suggest "a healthy skepticism when it comes to what looks like gender equality," says Laina Bay-Cheng, an associate professor in the UB School of Social Work and an expert in young women's sexuality.

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  17. Attorney Kenneth Lowe Joins William Mattar Law OfficesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | PRWeb

    ... his undergrad from Washington State University Vancouver, Washington, Magna Cum Laude and graduated from SUNY Buffalo School of Law in Buffalo, NY. A member of the New York State Bar Association and Bar Association of Erie County, Lowe has had many ...

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  18. Dr. Prem Datta Bharadwaj Recognized by Marquis Who's Who for Contributions to the SciencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | 24-7 Press Release

    ... one year. Dr. Bharadwaj came to the United States in 1960 as a graduate assistant in the Physics Department of SUNY Buffalo. After finishing most of the requirements for a Ph.D. in 1962, he was appointed as Assistant Professor of Physics at Niagara ...

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  19. Businesses partnering with colleges to create jobsRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 23 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    Empire State Development says 43 businesses are expanding or coming to New York state to partner with colleges and universities. The businesses have committed to creating more than 640 new jobs and investing more than $15 million statewide.

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  20. SUNY Potsdam womena s hockey falls in playoff openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    Third-seeded SUNY Buffalo scored three second period goals and added an empty-netter in the third to defeat the sixth seeded SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team in the ECAC West Quarterfinals on Thursday night. Natasha Steinle had a hat trick for the Bengals , who broke away from a scoreless first period tie with a quick three-goal outburst early in the second..

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