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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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  1. Jan 19

    Dreaming of warm summer nights out West!! Photo shot by geologist Jason Briner during a UB Field Camp. Details on the camp:

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    Jan 17

    Glad to welcome Westminster Community Charter School students to !! Some of the neat STEM projects they've been working on. More pics to come.

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  4. Jan 18

    spinoff Cytocybernetics lands $1.5 million STTR award. Congrats! Their drug-screening technology blends electronics with biology, reminiscent of Star Trek’s cybernetic .

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    Jan 13

    Was invited to chat about snowflake chemistry with . My girls had a blast 'doing the weather'. So fun!

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    Jan 16

    The of snowflakes, explained! Why no two are the same, and other important questions, answered by Jason Benedict, crystallographer.

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  8. Jan 16

    The of snowflakes, explained! Why no two are the same, and other important questions, answered by Jason Benedict, crystallographer.

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    Jan 12

    All University at Buffalo Libraries will be closed on Monday, January 15, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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    Jan 15

    The video/article of my interview with on the anatomy of a snowflake is now up! I love chatting about !

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    Jan 11

    I spy a bunch of students wearing hard hats and taking in the view after a charla in . Wind turbines, , and volcanos. ?

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    Jan 9

    How do we sugar, bacon and coffee? Science finds a surprising answer. taste scientist Kathryn Medler has a new study out in PNAS this week: Congrats to her team!

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    Jan 5

    "I do not like to say: Reefs will die. But we will not have reefs as we currently have them." — scientist Howard Lasker talks to The Atlantic about the future of .

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  14. Jan 9

    How do we sugar, bacon and coffee? Science finds a surprising answer. taste scientist Kathryn Medler has a new study out in PNAS this week: Congrats to her team!

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    Jan 8

    A bunch of students checking out volcano craters and ash fields at 11,000+ ft in . nbd. Great trip kickoff that eased our way into a heavy afternoon!

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  16. Jan 8

    Congrats to 's Paras Prasad — professor of chemistry, physics, medicine and electrical engineering — who has been named IEEE Fellow.

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  17. Jan 5

    "I do not like to say: Reefs will die. But we will not have reefs as we currently have them." — scientist Howard Lasker talks to The Atlantic about the future of .

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    Jan 3

    Hardware inside the Nano Lab

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  20. Jan 2

    Meeting with tomorrow to talk about the of snowflakes. So excited!!

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