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Miami University, University of Dayton streamline support for patent exploration services
To serve Southwest Ohio more efficiently, Miami University and the University of Dayton have entered into a shared services agreement for technology transfer activities.
Geologists explore relationship of fracking and earthquakes in Ohio
Miami University researchers have discovered the relationship between hydraulic fracturing and earthquakes is more complicated than previously believed.
1,000 available patents may have new life with novel agreement
A new agreement will soon bring together Miami faculty and students with AFRL and industry researchers.Miami University and Wright Brothers Institute of Dayton will work together to identify technologies from an Air Force Research Lab portfolio of more than 1,000 patents that have potential commercial use for public good.
Climate change could decrease sun's ability to disinfect lakes, coastal waters
The pristine waters of Sand Harbor in Lake Tahoe contrast with the brown water in Star Harbor, Lake Tahoe, where people and boats are active. Dissolved organic matter from activity and from heavy rains can cloud the water and reduce solar disinfection.One of the largely unanticipated impacts of a changing climate may be a decline in sunlight's ability to disinfect inland lakes, rivers, and coastal waters.
How the quality of care in Ohio's skilled nursing facilities compares
A recent study on the quality of careĀ provided to residents on MedicaidĀ in Ohio's nursing homes by researchers at Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center suggests room for improvement.
Ancient flask leads Miami anthropologist to historical discovery
The Tazumal flask peeks out from a crowd of pseuodoglyphic vessels.Miami University anthropologist Jeb Card helped unlock a key to ancient Maya politics and political boundaries with a seventh-century flask found in Tazumal, El Salvador.