Miami geologist on team identifying new time frame for the gorilla-human lineage
Bill Hart, professor emeritus of geology at Miami University, is part of an international, interdisciplinary team whose recent research strengthens the view that human and modern ape lines emerged in Africa between approximately 7-10 million years ago.
Miami introduces HawksNest, a new crowdfunding platform
Together with university advancement, the office for the advancement of research and scholarship is rolling out a new crowdfunding platform called HawksNest.
Miami University researcher assesses Zika virus threat to U.S.
"There is currently only a low risk the Zika virus will become a major problem in the United States or Canada," a Miami University researcher said.
Drones approved for research and education
Sinclair Community College in partnership with Miami University has received permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly unmanned aircraft systems (UASs or drones) for research and education purposes over the Miami University airport property.
Climate change is rapidly warming the world's lakes, new research shows
Climate change is rapidly warming the surface waters of lakes around the world, threatening freshwater supplies and ecosystems, according to a new study spanning six continents.
Research on sexting, politics and streaming teaches students fundamentals in strategic communication
A survey done by Miami University students found that trust is the biggest fault among Millennials when it comes to sexting.
Paul Urayama receives 2015 CAS Distinguished Educator Award
Paul Urayama, associate professor of physics, has been selected to receive the 2015 College of Arts and Science Distinguished Educator Award.
Award-winning study finds transgender voice in "The Little Mermaid"
Miami University assistant professor Leland Spencer argues that Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid is not simply about forbidden love. Instead, the narrative depicts the character's struggles with her own identity performance - mermaid or human.
STEM plus nutrition can add up to a healthy diet: Tour Miami's new Food Sensory Lab
When students in Miami University's kinesiology and health department solve a math problem, they eat it. Really.
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