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International Conference on Toxic Cyanobacteria at UToledo May 22-27

May 19, 2022

More than 200 scientists from around the world focused on harmful algal bloom research and innovation will be at The University of Toledo for next week's conference.

UToledo Lake Erie Center to Dedicate New Research Vessel May 10

May 5, 2022

Named the R/V Spangler, the new 21-foot boat replaces a 25-foot vessel in the UToledo fleet named the Mayflier, which reached the end of its more than 20-year lifetime.

Sensors for Lake Erie Early-Warning Network to Get Tune-up for Algal Bloom Season

May 3, 2022

Scientists and water treatment plant operators throughout the region are visiting The University of Toledo Lake Erie Center in Oregon on Wednesday.

Astronomer Works With Alumnus to Find Elusive Gas From Galaxies Hiding in Plain Sight

April 26, 2022

The research of Dr. J.D. Smith, director of the UToledo Ritter Astrophysical Research Center and professor of astronomy, and UToledo alumnus Dr. Adam Smercina is published in The Astrophysical Journal.

UToledo Faculty Featured in Documentary About Lake Erie Algal Blooms

April 15, 2022

Dr. David Kennedy, Dr. Deepa Mukundan and Dr. Thomas Bridgeman are featured in “The Erie Situation,” which focuses heavily on the 2014 Toledo water crisis and its aftermath.

UToledo Researcher Explains Aphasia

April 13, 2022

Bruce Willis’ recent diagnosis has thrust the little-known communication disorder into the spotlight.

New Study Confirms Potential of Geoelectrical Methods in Search for Hidden Graves

April 12, 2022

Dr. Kennedy Doro, assistant professor in the UToledo Department of Environmental Sciences, led a study that uses cutting-edge technology to help law enforcement agents, forensic scientists and historians uncover attempts to hide victims.

Clinical Psychology Student Lands Dream Internship With VA

April 11, 2022

Ariana Vidaña, a Ph.D. student, felt pulled to change how society sees and treats substance use disorder.

Low-Dose Lithium May Slow Kidney Aging, UToledo Study Finds

April 11, 2022

The research of Dr. Rujun Gong, UToledo professor of medicine, was recently published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

Fighting Invasive Carp

April 7, 2022

The UToledo Lake Erie Center officially opens a new boat storage barn and christens the fleet used for removal of adult invasive grass carp and sampling for fertilized carp eggs to limit spread to other Great Lakes. Dr. Christine Mayer, left, professor of aquatic ecology, thanked the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for their support Wednesday.

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