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Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Exhibition Runs Dec. 6-10

December 3, 2021

The exhibit is on the main floor of Carlson Library, with the posters and creative activity projects on display all week.

UToledo Scientist Working to Develop Drug Targeting Diabetes, Osteoporosis

November 29, 2021

This fall, Dr. Beata Lecka-Czernik received a five-year, $3.4 million grant from the National Institute on Aging to continue work aimed at developing a single therapeutic that could normalize glucose levels and improve the mass and quality of bone.

UToledo Scientists Studying COVID Vaccine Response in Organ Recipients

November 23, 2021

Studies have shown that some immunosuppressed patients develop a robust antibody response. Others develop no response at all. The University of Toledo researchers want to know why.

Emotional Intelligence Proves Significant to Remote Leadership in a Crisis

November 19, 2021

Dr. Jenell Wittmer, associate professor of management, and Dr. Margaret Hopkins, professor of management, co-authored the new study, "Leading Remotely in a Time of Crisis: Relationships with Emotional Intelligence.”

Astronomers Team up to Create New Method to Understand Galaxy Evolution

November 16, 2021

The husband-and-wife team of astronomers at UToledo joined forces for the first time in their scientific careers to develop a new method to look back in time and change the way we understand the history of galaxies.

Expectation Shapes Reality: Psychological Factors Predict COVID Vaccine Side Effects

November 5, 2021

Dr. Andrew Geers, UToledo professor of psychology, led research that found people who expected common side effects following vaccination against COVID-19 were much more likely to experience those negative reactions than people who did not anticipate them.

U.S. Department of Energy Invests in UToledo Solar Technology Research

November 2, 2021

With help from the one-year, $300,000 federal grant, physicists at The University of Toledo are pushing the limits of solar electricity to ensure a clean energy future.

UToledo Engineer Selected to Help Make U.S. Navy Ships More Fuel Efficient

October 28, 2021

Dr. Raghav Khanna, associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, received a three-year, $510,000 grant to design circuits that are smaller and more efficient for electric Navy ships and aerospace systems.

Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Exhibition Runs Dec. 6-10

October 27, 2021

Students interested in displaying their completed or in-progress research projects must submit an abstract by Nov. 5 deadline.

Pandemic-Induced Mental Distress Higher Among Those With Disabilities, UToledo Study Finds

October 26, 2021

Dr. Ling Na, an assistant professor of public health at UToledo, led the study that used a national survey of more than 6,400 Americans about their anxiety and depression, psychological risk factors, resilience and coping mechanisms.

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