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March 15th, 2019 Posted in UToledo in the news
UToledo researchers develop new mouse model for Type 1 diabetes that mimics full scope of the human disease

Researchers at The University of Toledo have found a new way to replicate in lab mice the development and progression of Type I diabetes, a breakthrough that has the potential to reshape how the chronic disease is studied.

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Insects hijack reproductive genes of grape vines to create own living space on plant

A team of scientists at The University of Toledo uncovered new, galling details in the intimate relationship between insects and plants, opening the door to new possibilities in protecting the source of wine and raisins worldwide from a major agricultural pest.

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UToledo researchers capture first newly hatched invasive grass carp within Great Lakes watershed

A history scholar at The University of Toledo has been awarded a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that will allow her to spend the 2019-20 academic year writing the history of Mary Willing Byrd, one of the few women who ran a large plantation in the early American South.

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UToledo engineering assistant professor receives $558,795 award for sustainability research targeting industrial smokestacks

Since she was a little girl growing up in Málaga, Spain, Dr. Ana C. Alba-Rubio brainstormed ways to motivate those around her to protect the planet.

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NIH grant supports study of central nervous systems precise connections

A University of Toledo researcher who studies embryonic development has received a $448,500 research grant to further understanding of how the central nervous system’s extraordinarily precise connections are made in the first few weeks of life.

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UToledo professor awarded Fulbright to trace history of music education through folk songs


Dean named to lead College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Dr. Gary Pollack has been selected to lead The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Toledo-born actress to give commencement address

Katie Holmes, an internationally recognized actress, producer and director, will return to her hometown to inspire The University of Toledo graduates at the spring commencement ceremony.

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Are college students getting a bang for their buck?

Making the right choice for college can be a life-changing decision for a high school graduate.

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Hackathon at UToledo


Engineering Career Expo connects 700 UToledo students with 120 companies


Military uniforms of African-American soldiers on display at Carlson Library for Black History Month


Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at UToledo


High school students at UToledo for engineers week


UToledo police officers go through active shooter training exercises


Transgender pianist teaches master class at UToledo


Fraternities, sororities recognized nationally for GPA

Nearly 50 UToledo Greek life student leaders recently attended the Association of Fraternity Leadership and Values Conference in Indianapolis, where they celebrated an honor for academic excellence.

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Alex Trebek’s cancer diagnosis shocks UToledo Jeopardy winner


UToledo, Lucas County celebrate second year of Unified Intramural Basketball


UToledo graduate combats disorder with wellness regimen

Marching up the stair climber at a Planet Fitness gym in South Toledo, Jenyse Byrd eased her way into her first workout of the week, a regimen she’s developed since being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.

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