UT in the News

January 18th, 2019 Posted in In The News
UT blue light research named a top 100 science paper of 2018

A scientific discovery at The University of Toledo was selected as one of the top 100 most talked about scholarly publications in the world this year.

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Researcher awarded $2.1 million NIH grant to study fungal infection common in cancer patients

A University of Toledo scientist has been awarded a $2.1 million National Institutes of Health grant to continue her research into one of the most common and debilitating conditions experienced by patients undergoing treatment for head and neck cancers.

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UT engineers create method to save at least $120,000 per mile on road pavement projects

Before orange construction barrels dot pot-holed streets or highways, a vital part of planning a pavement project is determining how thick the next layer of asphalt needs to be, taking into consideration the layers that already lie beneath the surface.

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UT engineering professors’ invention named to prestigious R&D top 100 list

A synthetic bone graft substitute developed at The University of Toledo has been recognized by R&D Magazine as one of the year’s most exceptional innovations in science and technology.

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UT researcher calls on FDA to change rules to address spine screw contamination

A University of Toledo researcher is calling for a revamp of how operating room personnel store and handle the screws used in spinal fusion surgeries after results from a multicenter trial found high levels of contamination on supposedly sterile implants.

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Princeton Review names UT College of Law among best law schools in U.S.

The Princeton Review once again selected The University of Toledo College of Law in its prestigious list of the top 165 law schools in the country.

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UT online programs move up in U.S. News rankings

The University of Toledo continues to improve its place in the U.S. News & World Report list of the top online bachelor’s programs.

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UT celebrates fall commencement

“We did it. We finally did it,” Zach Herron said as his two nieces jumped into his arms.

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Dean named interim provost

The University of Toledo’s most senior dean will serve as interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.

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Interim dean named for College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Dr. John Plenefisch, associate dean for the UT College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, has been named interim dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

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Next Steps prepares disabled students for life after school

“What does professionalism mean?”

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UT program helps keep people with physical or cognitive challenges safe behind the wheel

In our society, the ability to drive a motor vehicle is strongly associated with personal freedom and independence. However, individuals who have a physical or cognitive impairment, whether due to aging, injury, illness, or other causes, can encounter obstacles that make it difficult to drive and navigate the roads safely, putting that independence at risk.

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UT grad, Grypmat inventor on Conklin and Company


TARTA buses on UT campus will have Rocket flair

The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority has unveiled the first of seven University of Toledo campus buses to be decked out in the new “Rocket Lift” livery.

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Stubborn Brother Pizza opens near University of Toledo

If he’s being honest, John Mancy would admit that when it comes to food, he can be one stubborn guy.

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UT student nurse organization is Ohio Chapter of the Year

The University of Toledo’s Student Nurses Association chapter is again tops in the state.

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UT students’ artwork to appear on billboards around Toledo

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