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New study shows inflammation signals can induce complete retina regeneration in the embryonic chick

A study by Miami University developmental biologist Katia Del Rio-Tsonis and colleagues reveals a previously unsuspected, new function of complement components that has a positive effect on eye tissue repair.


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Miami community invited to President's Address Sept. 3

President David Hodge invites the Miami University community to his annual address 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, in David R. Taylor Auditorium, 1000 Farmer School of Business. The theme of the address, "Momentum," commends ongoing practices to improve the Miami experience and highlights the coming year's new initiatives that will continue Miami's success.


Power down unnecessary electronics 3-4 p.m. Wednesday

The physical facilities department will conduct a test to learn how the university may assist in a regional electrical emergency situation. The test will be conducted from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the Oxford campus today, Wednesday, Aug. 28.


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Installation art created by Jacob Tonski

Article about “Balance from Within,” an installation created by Jacob Tonski (art/interactive media studies), says the project was completed in 2013 with finishing support from Miami’s School of Creative Arts. (Creative Applications Network (Popular Science), Monday, Aug. 26)


Leah Wasburn-Moses on educating teachers

Guest editorial by Leah Wasburn-Moses (educational psychology) about the need for a new way to educate teachers. (Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, Aug. 27)


David Creamer on state bidding system change

David Creamer (finance and business services) is quoted in a story about local companies being upset about a state bidding system change. (Vindy.com, Sunday, Aug. 25)


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