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.
March 31, 2022
A trailblazing faculty member at UToledo, Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo is now a member of an elite group of researchers across the country.
March 30, 2022
Dr. Frank Calzonetti, vice president for research, discusses proposed legislation called the Great Lakes Authority Act.
March 28, 2022
Dr. Frank Calzonetti, vice president for research, discusses the proposed low-carbon emissions Midwest Hydrogen Hub.
March 9, 2022
Dr. Qian Chen's lab was the first to observe a nearly identical cell division process in fission yeast, a tiny organism that has been used to study a range of other basic molecular processes.
February 23, 2022
While not the same strains that cause disease, Dr. Jyl Matson's surprising discovery of Vibrio cholerae in the Maumee River and Lake Erie raises intriguing questions.
February 21, 2022
The international study led Dr. Bill Hintz, assistant professor of ecology, shows significant damage is being done to freshwater lakes by salt concentrations below ranges government regulators have deemed safe.
February 18, 2022
The important research by UToledo’s Dr. Nina McClelland Laboratory for Water Chemistry and Environmental Analysis provides critical information that can help regulatory agencies fine-tune proposed guidelines.
February 15, 2022
Rachel Golonka, who is studying molecular medicine, is researching how bacteria living in our digestive system produce metabolites that may help liver cancer proliferate by tamping down our immune responses.
February 15, 2022
UToledo researchers reviewed COVID-19 hospitalization data and found that taking immune-boosting supplements such as vitamin C , vitamin D and zinc do not lessen your chance of dying from COVID-19.