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Curated by Charlotte Hsu, who writes about science research at the University at Buffalo. Welcome students, alumni, faculty and friends!

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Joined February 2011

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    Nov 15
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    "My science fiction had different ancestors — African ones.” English prof and writer Nnedi Okorafor. Her TED Talk here:

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    Nov 14

    Extremely excited about our new lab at 's Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. There are also anatomy offices and adjacent lab space for anatomy research. Taking medical student training to the next level (top level in building, to be exact)!

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    Congrats to 's Adam Wilson, winner of a U.N. prize! Using data from + , his team created a system to monitor threats to a South African hotspot.

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    If you liked her talk, you can follow her here:

  6. Nov 15

    “It was my heritage that led me to write science fiction.” English prof and sci-fi writer Nnedi Okorafor rocks it in this 9-min TED Talk:

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    Nov 14

    Dreamy, underwater forests of coral off the Caribbean island of St. John. scientist Howard Lasker will travel there this week to survey damage from recent hurricanes. Video by Georgios Tsounis, Cal State University, Northridge.

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    Nov 14

    Get ready to be relieved: UBLibraries present the 2017 Amnesty Campaign for fine forgiveness! We encourage the community to enjoy their library without financial stress. During Nov 17 to Dec 18, in most cases, we will forgive late fines on library items being returned.

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    Dreamy, underwater forests of coral off the Caribbean island of St. John. scientist Howard Lasker will travel there this week to survey damage from recent hurricanes. Video by Georgios Tsounis, Cal State University, Northridge.

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    Nov 10

    These jaws are made for crushing!! Ancient, wolf-sized could have chomped right through mollusk shells, study finds. has the story for National Geographic:

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    Nov 9

    Sweater Weather! 🌬 We want to know, are you excited for the winter season to arrive at ? ❄️☃️ Vote & RT to pass it along! ☑️🔄

  14. Nov 10

    These jaws are made for crushing!! Ancient, wolf-sized could have chomped right through mollusk shells, study finds. has the story for National Geographic:

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  15. Nov 9

    Bling!! The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition, run by a chemistry professor, is now underway.

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    Despite best efforts to coordinate, the relief mission unfortunately will not be moving forward due to scheduling complications. The science will proceed, however. Wishing the team the best on their journey.

  17. Nov 9

    An otter like no other! A giant, prehistoric otter had a surprisingly powerful bite, according to new research by + partners.

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  18. Nov 8

    coral scientist headed to St. John (Caribbean) to study Hurricane Maria + Irma's impacts on reefs. Relief efforts will be part of the trip.

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    Nov 7

    Heads up! 🙇 Changes to treatment, as proposed by a professor, have officially been adopted!

  20. Nov 7

    in pictures! Showcasing the beauty of science. Chemical & Engineering News covers U.S. crystal contest run by prof Jason Benedict.

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