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Snowflakes. No two are alike. #UBuffalo researcher explains more about the melting crystals.

Jason Benedict studies crystals — materials whose atoms and molecules arrange themselves in an orderly pattern when in a solid state.
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Stent not necessary for some stroke patients. #UBuffalo researchers say removing the clot may be enough in the most severe cases.

A research team at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has found that in stroke patients with large vessel occlusion (LVO), the removal of the clot occurs as efficiently after aspiration-based clot removal alone as it does after aspiration-based clot removal performed with a stent�...
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Kids eating veggies? #UBuffalo researchers recommend you start in pregnancy and be consistent in giving them veggies through childhood.

Varied diets and persistence in exposing infants and children to healthy foods, even when they don’t like them at first, are key to promoting healthy eating behaviors, a new review paper has concluded.
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Helping WNY caregivers. #UBuffalo researchers are finding ways to ease the burdens.

Anyone who’s helped an ailing loved one knows the job of a caregiver is not easy. The challenges are daily and range from lifting a spouse out of bed, to bathing, to coming to the realization that the care recipient’s condition is likely only to worsen. The challenges become harder when�...
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Making vaccines more powerful and longer-lasting. #UBuffalo spinoff—POP Biotechnologies—inks deals with two pharma companies.

UB spinoff POP Biotechnologies (POP BIO) is ending the year on a high note.
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Buffalo's rebirth helps #UBuffalo students clinch top honors in national real estate development contest.

Two UB real estate development students won first place in an intercollegiate competition, placing UB and Buffalo’s story of rebirth on the national stage.
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Engineers fighting cybercrime. #UBuffalo researchers are matching photos to cellphones because no two smartphones are alike.

Not comfortable with Face ID and other biometrics? This cybersecurity advancement may be for you.
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Prone to depression and anxiety? #UBuffalo researchers say the combination of personality traits determine your risks.

Though high levels of neuroticism put people at risk for depression and anxiety, if those same individuals are also highly extroverted and conscientious they could have a measure of protection against those disorders, according to the results of a new study by a team of UB psychologists.
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They cut the ribbon. #UBuffalo officially opens the doors downtown for the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

Sixty-four years after moving to the South Campus, the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has returned to downtown Buffalo.
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Not Yeti. #UBuffalo researcher says DNA samples are linked to locals - Asian black, Himalayan brown and Tibetan brown bears.

The yeti or abominable snowman — a mysterious, ape-like creature said to inhabit the high mountains of Asia — looms large in the mythology of Nepal and Tibet.
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Clinical trials in the community? #UBuffalo scientists say the research actually helps participants lead healthier lives.

Devina Linder, a Buffalo resident and mother of four, was able to quit smoking during the first three of her four pregnancies, but there was something different the fourth time around. Four months into the pregnancy, she was still smoking 10 to 15 cigarettes a day.
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Judging a volcano by its eruption. #UBuffalo researcher says each has a distinct 'personality' that can help predict future behavior.

Mount Agung in Bali has been thrusting ash thousands of feet into the sky for almost two weeks. Lava is burbling at the volcano’s peak. Indonesian authorities have ordered evacuations around Agung, while tourists are stranded at the closed airport. The volcano’s flanks are bulging from m...
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Making technology work for us. #UBuffalo faculty and a PhD candidate create two prize-winning startups.

Two UB startups have each won $50,000 in a statewide commercialization competition organized by FuzeHub, a nonprofit organization responsible for assisting small- to medium-sized manufacturing companies in New York State.
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Glycans and bacteria. #UBuffalo researching the next frontier in biological sciences — understanding the connection to our health.

A UB-led team of researchers has received a $1.35 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Common Fund for Glycoscience to increase knowledge of glycans, a common but little understood class of biomolecules that help bacteria attach to host surfaces, including those in the mouth.
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Is unsociability linked to creativity? #UBuffalo researchers says it may be the positive benefit of alone time.

Everyone needs an occasional break from the social ramble, though spending too much time alone can be unhealthy and there is growing evidence the psychosocial effects of too much solitude can last a lifetime.
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Schizophrenia in early pregnancy? #UBuffalo scientists say this devastating brain disease can develop in the first trimester.

Symptoms of schizophrenia usually appear in adolescence or young adulthood, but new research reveals the brain disease likely begins very early in development, toward the end of the first trimester of pregnancy. The finding opens up a new understanding of this devastating disease and the potential f...
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