UToledo in the News

September 10th, 2019 Posted in UToledo in the news
U.S. Department of Energy awards UToledo $750,000 to improve production of hydrogen as clean fuel

From powering a car to a rocket, hydrogen holds promise as the clean-energy fuel of the future.

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Scientists discover single gene that explains songbird migration

Ornithologists at The University of Toledo played a critical role in new collaborative research identifying a single gene that defines whether rare, tiny songbirds that reproduce in the Great Lakes region and Appalachian Mountains spend their winters in South America or Central America.

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UToledo part of historic joint effort to find solutions to Lake Erie’s toxic algae

UToledo psychologists to study how classical music might further PTSD treatment

Researchers at The University of Toledo are teaming up with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra for an innovative project to examine whether classical music could be a useful addition in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Checking in: University students return to dorms

Local university parking lots have been buzzing with activity this week, as students and their families say goodbye before the start of the school year.

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These are the customers who support sex trafficking in the U.S.

Although Jeffrey Epstein, who died on Aug. 10, may be the current face of sex trafficking, buying and selling youth and adults for sex is a more common practice for everyday people in the U.S., mostly men.

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UT nursing professor: Ordinance key to preventing lead poisoning

Two years after a Walbridge Elementary School student tested with blood-lead levels at 22.1 micrograms per deciliter, her levels had receded to 6.1.

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UT, Lucas County Sheriff’s Office team up to provide training for situations of mass violence

A tie can be a tourniquet. So can a belt. Or a shoelace.

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UToledo police embrace technology to better connect with campus

UT College of Law students help build wheelchair ramp

The University of Toledo launches kayaking on campus

Biodegradable alternative to replace plastic straws at UToledo

UT’s first Muslim sorority looks to usher new members

The University of Toledo’s first Muslim sorority, a chapter of Muslimahs for Change, is now in its second year and second rush week for recruitment.

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Rockets win MAC institutional academic award with 3.277 GPA

The University of Toledo has been named the recipient of the 2018-19 Mid-American Conference Institutional Academic Achievement Award, the conference office announced Aug. 26. For the past academic year, UToledo’s student-athletes posted a school-record grade point average of 3.277.

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