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Parade of Planets in the Morning Sky

June 27, 2022

Heidi Kuchta, associate director of Ritter Planetarium, discusses the rare alignment of five planets and the moon.

Bioluminescence Outshines the Competition at 2022 UToledo Biodesign Challenge

June 16, 2022

This month a team of art, environmental science and engineering students at UToledo named LumniArbor will compete in the international Biodesign Challenge against 54 teams from 18 countries.

Great Outdoors: UToledo’s Lake Erie Center Dedicates New Boat

June 13, 2022

Dr. Thomas Bridgeman, professor of ecology and director of the UToledo Lake Erie Center, talks about strengthening the University’s fleet of research vessels.

University of Toledo Receives Environmental Education Grant

June 13, 2022

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency awards UToledo a grant to give students field experience near Sandusky Bay.

Return of the Mayflies

June 10, 2022

Dr. Christine Mayer, professor of aquatic ecology, discusses the start of mayfly season along Lake Erie.

2022 Awards for Creative and Scholarly Activity Announced

June 9, 2022

The 23 faculty members were recognized on May 10 for leading the University in contributing new or advanced knowledge through research publications or original contributions in the arts during the 2019-20 and 2020-21 years.

Hosting International Conference

June 2, 2022

The University of Toledo hosted one of the world’s largest gatherings of algae scientists last week. More than 200 experts from across the globe focused on harmful algal bloom research and innovation attended the 12th International Conference on Toxic Cyanobacteria, a five-day event.

Salt, the Great Chemical Threat

May 31, 2022

Dr. Bill Hintz, an assistant professor of ecology, discusses road de-icing salts and the dangers of rising salinity of freshwater ecosystems.

Did the Ohio EPA Overreact When it Declared the 2014 Toledo Water Crisis?

May 31, 2022

Dr. Jason Huntley, associate professor of medical microbiology and immunology, discusses water quality and protecting public health at the 12th International Conference on Toxic Cyanobacteria, which took place at UToledo.

Learning More About What Makes Algal Toxins Grow, Recede Can Improve Predictions

May 26, 2022

Scientists from around the world have gathered at The University of Toledo for the 12th International Conference on Toxic Cyanobacteria.

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