UC researchers continue to blaze new trails in science, medicine, business, education, engineering and the arts — literally transforming the way we live, work and learn.
New book by UC philosopher addresses global environmental degradation head-on using tools to create inclusive policy change and economic justice.
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The intersection of academia and industry in Cincinnati now has a new address: 2900 Reading Rd. That’s where you’ll find the University of Cincinnati’s new front door to the community — the 1819 Innovation Hub.
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University of Cincinnati researchers from four colleges will work together to improve therapeutic uses of ultrasound to treat speech sound disorders thanks to a $100,000 Strategic Collaborative Grant awarded by the Office of Research.
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Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine will look closely at the reason why patients with head and neck cancers experience resistance to immunotherapy treatments.
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The University of Cincinnati, like all other US institutions, has an agreement with the federal government on the rate of reimbursable indirect costs associated with research.
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UC professor Stefania Gori's theories are inspiring experiments at some of the most sophisticated particle-physics labs on Earth.
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Researchers at the University of Cincinnati traveled to find a little fish (Astyanax mexicanus) that has evolved to feast or endure famine entombed hundreds of feet below the ground.
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The University of Cincinnati invested in a scientific instrument last year to give researchers a closer look at everything from industrial samples to nanowire a thousand times smaller than a human hair.
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Researchers from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine will be able to evaluate a new therapeutic approach in treating pancreatic cancer thanks to a recent grant from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN).
> Read StoryResearcher Receives $300,000 Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Grant
University of Cincinnati field research aims to slow the spread of tick-borne illness across the Midwest.
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Office of Research has partnered with the regional smart cities initiative, to sponsor the upcoming the Smart Regions Conference being held on Oct 24 & 25 at the BB&T Arena in Northern Kentucky.
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