08/13/2014
Do you know bonobos?
By Mary Kate Findley's observations, Zeke is a typical 4-year-old. He's full of energy and likes to hang upside - but with his feet from man-made vines - typical for a bonobo.
05/22/2014
Interactive app and Web-based game will share the story of Freedom Summer
A Miami University theatre professor has been awarded a $59,994 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop a prototype for a location-based game about the role Western College for Women (now Miami's Western campus) played in Freedom Summer.
05/09/2014
New laser system at Miami beams red, green and purple to the delight of molecules
New ultrafast laser technology now at Miami University will help researchers and students better understand energy transfer processes in collisions between atoms and molecules — applicable in the fields of biology, medicine, engineering and quantum physics.
04/11/2014
Parenting and job skills most important to previously incarcerated mothers
Yvette Harris, a cognitive developmental psychologist and professor of psychology at Miami University, is leading a research study titled "Recovering From Addiction: The Parenting Challenges and Social Support of Previously Incarcerated Mothers Preparing to Re-enter into their Families and Communities."
02/17/2014
NSF grant project focuses on the art of inquiry in chemistry education
Eleven high school chemistry teachers from the region are entering their second year of a research project at Miami University aimed at improving teaching and learning by focusing more on the inquiry method. Fairfield educator Kyle Jones is already changing his approach in the classroom.
12/03/2013
Evaluation and Assessment Center to collaborate on BioXFEL Center $25 million NSF project
Ohio's Evaluation & Assessment (E & A) Center for Mathematics and Science Education at Miami University will collaborate on a U.S. biology research and education project recently awarded $25 million from the National Science Foundation's Science Technology Center Program.
11/19/2013
Miami professor, former grad student earn patent for cell conversion process
Imagine if scientists could find a way to convert any type of cells into energy-burning brown fat cells that could metabolize blood sugar to generate heat.
11/18/2013
Interdisciplinary collaboration fuels creativity
When Donna Scarborough joined the faculty at Miami University 10 years ago, she never expected to patent an invention.
11/15/2013
Miami researchers turn ideas into inventions
Miami University this year added two more patents to its portfolio, bringing to 18 the number of active patents and 27 altogether.
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