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UToledo Pitch & Pour Competition Returns for Local Tech Startups

November 18, 2022

Katherine Pollard, senior licensing associate and interim associate director of venture development, talks about the opportunity for entrepreneurs to win funding and connect with venture capitalists and other people interested in starting businesses.


Fatal Missile Strike in Poland Risked Russia-NATO Clash

November 17, 2022

Dr. Joel Voss, an associate professor of political science, discusses NATO’s response to the Poland missile strike.


Where, When and How to See Peak of Leonid Meteor Shower

November 17, 2022

Dr. Michael Cushing, professor of physics and astronomy and director of Ritter Planetarium, discusses the peak of November’s meteor shower and its history of producing a rare meteor storm.


Finds in the 419: Keep Your Eyes to the Sky at UToledo’s Ritter Planetarium

November 15, 2022

Dr. Michael Cushing, professor of physics and astronomy and director of Ritter Planetarium, explains the many ways the planetarium on Main Campus transports people of all ages through space and time to view the wonders of the universe.


Strengthening Community: Building on 150 Years of Collaborative Partnerships

November 14, 2022

As a public research university, UToledo is proud to engage in partnerships that strengthen our region and prepare graduates to be engaged citizens who make an impact in communities around the globe.


Strengthening Community: Building on 150 Years of Collaborative Partnerships

November 10, 2022

As a public research university, UToledo is proud to engage in partnerships that strengthen our region and prepare graduates to be engaged citizens who make an impact in communities around the globe.


Clear Views of Jupiter and Saturn in the Night Sky

November 10, 2022

Dry fall weather provides clear nights that make the planets Jupiter and Saturn easier to view. Dr. Michael Cushing, a professor of physics and astronomy and director of Ritter Planetarium, explains how to find them in the night sky.


Promising Early Results for Study Involving Breast Cancer Vaccine

November 8, 2022

Dr. Danae Hamouda, a UTMC oncologist and associate professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, explains promising early stage research of a vaccine that’s aimed at treating a particularly aggressive type of breast cancer.


UTMC Podcast Prescribed Listening Answers Health Questions

November 4, 2022

Chrissy Billau, assistant director of communications and host of Prescribed Listening, and Dr. Srini Hejeebu, an internal medicine specialist at UTMC, talk about the launch of the 5th season of the podcast that explores common health questions and debunks medical myths.


Blood Moon Eclipse Expected on Election Day

November 4, 2022

Dr. Michael Cushing, professor of physics and astronomy and director of Ritter Planetarium, discusses the upcoming partial lunar eclipse that will turn the moon red.


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