10/21/2013
Faux bones about it: Team improves design
An interdisciplinary Miami team is collaborating to improve viability of bone scaffolding for injury repair.
10/16/2013
Miami among 11 Ohio schools sharing $3.5 million grant to increase underrepresented graduates in STEM fields
Miami University is one of 11 Ohio colleges and universities that will share a five-year $3.5 million National Science Foundation grant to help increase underrepresented student success in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
09/11/2013
$1 million Wade gift to support Scripps Gerontology Center
A $1 million commitment from Marilyn (Scripps) and Martin Wade of Cincinnati will support Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center and advance a profound family legacy.
09/05/2013
3-D printing could transform the way Miami students learn
Peek inside Jeb Card's teaching lab and catch a glimpse of ancient history colliding with futuristic technology in a way that could transform how students learn.
08/26/2013
Professor uses statistics to help area businesses
Miami University statistics professor John Bailer and several students used data analysis to help local businesses, including a local newspaper, make key management decisions.
08/21/2013
Researchers at Miami unlock mysteries of freeze-tolerant frogs
Scientific research at Miami University is unlocking mysteries into how wood frogs (Rana sylvatica) can freeze in winter - with their hearts not beating while frozen - then quickly resume normal life after thawing in the spring.
07/09/2013
Research makes science fiction reality
In the decades since Gene Roddenberry’s original Star Trek television series aired, every show of the science fiction entertainment franchise has featured a handheld portable scanning device known as the medical tricorder.  Used to diagnose medical conditions within seconds and take basic vital measurements, this non-invasive techno
07/01/2013
Artifacts stolen from Upham display case
Aztec clay bowl from Mexico (1200-1600 AD). Miami University police are investigating the theft of numerous historical artifacts from Central America and other regions from an anthropology department display case in Upham Hall. The items, including arrowhead-type knives and many clay-made pieces including bowls, plates and vessels, were stolen wh
06/27/2013
Miami Nation historical collection now online
A new digital collection from the Miami University Libraries will highlight the history of the Miami people. The Myaamia Collection Online will showcase digital versions of significant resources held in the Walter Havighurst Special Collections that document the history and culture of the Miami (Myaamia) people. The result of an agreement between
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