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Newly Discovered Sperm Movement Could Help Diagnose, Treat Male Infertility

June 28, 2021

UToledo researchers found that the role of the centriole in sperm evolved from acting as a shock absorber to a transmission system, a discovery that could lead to innovative ways to help diagnose and treat male infertility.

Powerful protostars may not be responsible for ending their own growth

March 23, 2021

Dr. Tom Megeath, UToledo professor of physics and astronomy, talks about his new research based on images from NASA’s Hubble space telescope that upends traditional knowledge about how stars are born.

UToledo Technology Gives Second Life to Used Batteries From Electric Vehicles

March 9, 2021

UToledo electrical engineers are pioneering a second-life market for used batteries from electric and hybrid vehicles.

UToledo Physicist Named Fellow of National Initiative to Advance Bioimaging

March 4, 2021

Dr. Aniruddha Ray is one of 55 early-career researchers chosen nationwide by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement as a fellow for its new initiative to advance bioimaging.

Researchers Conduct Testing for U.S. Navy-funded Hypersonic Aerospace Project

February 26, 2021

A multidisciplinary group of UToledo researchers is collaborating with industry partner Teledyne Brown Engineering on the project to help the nation’s military.

Air Force Awards UToledo $12.5 Million to Develop Space-based Solar Energy Sheets

February 15, 2021

UToledo physicists will develop flexible solar cell sheets, each roughly the size of a piece of paper, that can be assembled and interconnected into much larger structures.

UToledo Awarded $1.4 Million to Advance New Chemotherapy for Difficult-to-Treat Breast Cancer

January 25, 2021

The treatment could be critical in overcoming the multidrug resistance that often characterizes and limits therapy options for triple negative breast cancer.

UTMC Among First Hospitals Participating in National COVID-19 Drug Study

January 5, 2021

The proof-of-concept study is intended to quickly screen out ineffective experimental treatments while rapidly advancing the deployment of therapeutics that show significant benefit to hospitalized COVID-19 patients.

Preliminary Research from UToledo Finds Alarming Rates of Pandemic-Driven Child Abuse

December 22, 2020

UToledo researchers also say pandemic-related lockdowns have made it more difficult to identify and address child abuse.

UToledo Awarded $1.8 Million to Develop Workforce in Specialized Area of Cybersecurity

December 10, 2020

UToledo was awarded $1.8 million for its part of the $30 million project led by Dr. Mohammed Niamat, professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the College of Engineering.

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