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September 1st, 2018 Posted in UToledo in the news
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UT chemists discover how blue light speeds blindness

Blue light from digital devices and the sun transforms vital molecules in the eye’s retina into cell killers, according to optical chemistry research at The University of Toledo.

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UT neuroscientist awarded $1.75 million to develop method to modify traumatic memories, treat PTSD

A neuroscientist at The University of Toledo is creating a new way to help people face their fears.

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UT researcher wins national award for cutting-edge hypertension study that cures high blood pressure in rats

A University of Toledo researcher recently won a prestigious award for his cutting-edge hypertension study that cured high blood pressure in rats.

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UT astronomer joined NASA team in identifying star system

When most people glance up at the night sky, they see stars shining light years away. For Noel Richardson, postdoctoral research associate in the University of Toledo Department of Physics and Astronomy, the experience is much different.

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UT psychiatrist wins Fulbright grant to study child abuse prevention in the Netherlands

UT professor’s film on Flint water crisis receives PBS distribution

The National Educational Telecommunications Association has contracted with Holly Hey, UT professor of film, for exclusive public television distribution rights of her film, “Crossing Water — Flint Michigan — 2017,” a documentary about the ongoing water crisis.

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Pharmacy dean named dean at Florida A&M University

Dr. Johnnie Early, dean of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, has been named dean of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Florida A&M University.

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Dean appointed to WGTE governing board

Charlene Gilbert, dean of the UT College of Arts and Letters, has been named a director of the governing board of WGTE Public Media.

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Parks Tower reopens after $12 million upgrade

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Donated bus to become mobile health-education unit

A donated TARTA bus will soon be a mobile, high-tech simulation lab and training center to teach public-health tactics, such as overdose response and how to approach victims of human trafficking, to the Toledo community.

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Annual boat cruise teaches passengers about Toledo water quality

UT to launch electric scooter sharing on campus

The University of Toledo is bringing electric scooters to campus.

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White coat ceremony marks beginning for UT medical students

175 first-year medical students are cloaked during the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences White Coat Ceremony at the Nitschke Auditorium at the University of Toledo.

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Summer program helps students with disabilities for their future

Summer bridge program helps minority students at UT

Jordyn Morris graduated from her Maryland high school this past spring with a 4.1 GPA and a scholarship to the University of Toledo, where she plans to major in pharmaceutical science.

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Mars Watch 2018 with Ritter Planetarium associate director Alex Mak

Art on the Mall: UT tradition showcases more than 100 artists

Artist Kati Kleimola’s experience every year at Art on the Mall on the University of Toledo campus mimics the beauty she folds into her work: color, people, art.

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