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09/17/2020
Scripps Gerontology Center will help student job training and credentials for adults
Improving job training and education for adults through post-baccalaureate credentials is the goal of two new Scripps research projects.
09/14/2020
Alicia Knoedler named Miami’s vice president for research and innovation
Alicia Knoedler will become Miami University’s vice president for research and innovation (VPRI) on Nov. 1. She is the former executive associate vice president for research and executive director of the Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment at the University of Oklahoma.
09/14/2020
Two grants awarded to Dr. Zanjani for research projects
With grants from both the American Chemical Society (ACS) Petroleum Research Fund and the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dr. Zanjani's research is on a path to success.
09/11/2020
Dr. James Chagdes receives award from Toyota
The award, a total of $82,000, will go toward a project titled "Investigation of Postural Response Time to Avoid a Fall."
09/02/2020
Three generations of FSB professor's family co-author accountancy case study
A case study in accounting turned into a family affair on the way to publication.
08/28/2020
Dr. Jeong-Hoi Koo publishes paper on haptic technology
Dr. Koo and his collaborators developed prototype actuators for large TSDs based on electrostatic forces.
08/27/2020
The 19th Amendment turns 100: a Q-and-A with historian, author and professor Kimberly Hamlin
"To my mind, the best way to mark the centennial of the 19th Amendment is to continue to fight for universal voting rights and voter access – to make it easier, not harder, for all citizens to cast their ballots," says Kimberly Hamlin, whose new book "Free Thinker: Sex, Suffrage, and the Extraordinary Life of Helen Hamilton Gardener" tells the remarkable true story of the “fallen woman” who reinvented herself and helped secure Congressional passage of the 19th Amendment.
08/26/2020
Search for the "wings" of a crustacean sheds light on origins of insect wings
The tiny shrimp-like crustacean Parhyale has a body plan similar to insects. Miami researchers found that Parhyale have gene networks similar to insect wing gene networks, shedding light on the origin of insect wings. Crustacean genes might shed light on the origin of wings in insects, a new study by Yoshi Tomoyasu and Courtney Clark-Hatchel (Miami '12, Ph.D. '18) finds.
08/26/2020
CEC faculty partner with Look Dynamics for DARPA project
The team is looking at how to use optical processing for artificial intelligence applications