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A research laboratory in Kyiv, Ukraine, built by the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program. Credit: Defense Threat Reduction Agency The Russian invasion of Ukraine could endanger a network of U.S.-linked Ukrainian labs that work with dangerous pathogens, said Robert Pope, director of the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program, a Defense Department program.Read More →

Follow food writer and culinary entrepreneur Adam Richman as he travels the country to relive his childhood and sample some of the most iconic and forgotten foods of the 1980s. The 1980s was a decade when food was all about flavor and this ten-episode series follows Richman as he delvesRead More →

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On March 4, UB will host its sixth annual Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, which showcases the skills and knowledge of PhD students while emphasizing the importance of good communication. You can think of 3MT as an elevator pitch – a pitch where students have the opportunity to educate people aboutRead More →

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New research sheds light on how women’s experiences of sexual assault and harassment can negatively affect their cardiovascular health. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association details how women who have experienced sexual assault, workplace sexual harassment, or both may be at higher long-term risk ofRead More →

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As Presidents Day approaches Monday, the History Channel is set to premiere its new documentary, “Abraham Lincoln,” a three-night series based on a biographical study of the 16th president. During the TV Critics Association’s winter press tour, network executives and the documentary’s executive producers discussed the network’s unique partnership withRead More →

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A growing share of congressional lawmakers have taken to social media each February to commemorate Black History Month, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of their Facebook and Twitter activity. Nearly two in three members of Congress (64%) mentioned Black History Month on Facebook or Twitter in February 2021,Read More →

Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, has apologized after an investigation revealed that the Dutch state tolerated the systematic use of extrajudicial executions and torture during the 1945-1949 Indonesian War of Independence. The “extreme violence” of the Dutch military and intelligence services would have been sanctioned at theRead More →

NBA veteran Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has teamed up with the History Channel to produce a documentary about our Black Civil War leaders, reported the Huffington Post. The documentary, Black Patriots: Civil War Heroeswill help us better understand the contributions of black Americans to the country’s independence, which are often ignored. SinceRead More →

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By Erica TurmanFebruary 17, 2022 Barton Myers, professor of ethics and history in the Class of 1960 at Washington and Lee University, will be featured in a three-night miniseries about Abraham Lincoln airing on the History Channel beginning Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. According to the History Channel, the LincolnRead More →

The Fort Worth Police Department announced Tuesday that it has launched a special operation in high-crime areas aimed at removing fraudulent Texas paper tags from the streets. The announcement was made during a city council working session during which members questioned the police on what they were doing to solveRead More →

As the ice caps began to melt at the end of the last ice age, a series of cataclysmic floods called the Missoula megafloods scoured the landscape of eastern Washington, carving long, deep channels and towering cliffs across an area now known as the Channeled Scablands. They were among theRead More →

When the COVID-induced lockdowns began in 2020, businesses faced an unprecedented crisis and rushed to rethink work boundaries almost overnight. As deaths increased and infections spread rapidly in enclosed spaces, working from home (WFH) was a difficult arrangement that managements had to adopt despite initial technological constraints. Whenever infections waned,Read More →

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Art in its many forms serves many purposes. The “Talking Wall” sculpture on the campus of Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis is a large snapshot of Indiana’s black history. Even the “Talking Wall” location has a story. A school named after Mary Cable, a black educator, once stoodRead More →

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