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NUtech Ventures honors faculty innovators
November 14, 2018

NUtech Ventures recognized University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty at the 2018 Innovator Celebration on Nov. 6. Held during the fall Research Fair, the celebration features faculty who have worked with NUtech to commercialize promising new technologies, including faculty who have launched their own companies.

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Engineering
WetComm project expands bioengineering, STEM opportunities
November 14, 2018

A new University of Nebraska–Lincoln project is expanding bioengineering research on campus while offering science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning opportunities for high school students.

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Physics
Researchers ID promising key to performance of next-gen electronics
November 13, 2018

Nebraska physicists have identified a material whose crystalline structure might better sustain an electron’s spin: a property that, similar to charge, can represent bits of information in digital devices.

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Archaeology
Nebraska team discovers ‘extraordinary’ Roman mosaic in Turkey
November 12, 2018

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln team unearthed a rare, second-century figural floor mosaic in the ancient Roman city of Antiochia ad Cragum on the southern coast of Turkey.

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Retired Navy pilot charts next career in Nebraska drone lab
November 7, 2018

Adam Plowcha, a retired U.S. Navy pilot who flew the Sikorsky SH-60 Bravo Seahawk for 20 years, is now a third-year Husker graduate student whose research focuses on building, programming and flying new drone technologies — including those with possible national defense uses.

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Celebrate success at the Research Fair, Nov. 6-8
November 2, 2018

Opportunities to celebrate faculty accomplishments, learn how to partner with foundations and industry, and explore research interests are available at the fall Research Fair, Nov. 6-8. Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend this biannual celebration of research, creativity and scholarly activity.

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Ratcliffe’s scarab passion leads to discovery of 8 new species
November 1, 2018

Nebraska’s Brett Ratcliffe has made a career of exploring darkened rainforests and expansive museum collections to discover new insect species — particularly those related to colorful scarab beetles.

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Nebraska-Tuskegee collaboration to expand minority opportunities in materials science
November 1, 2018

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is partnering with one of the nation’s leading historically black universities to expand minority representation and research in the field of materials science.

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Study allows Husker grad student to hang with bats
October 31, 2018

University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate student Christopher Fill spent the summer of 2018 studying the flight patterns of bats living at Homestead National Monument of America, near Beatrice, Nebraska.

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Nebraska is founding member of laser-science network
October 30, 2018

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Extreme Light Laboratory is one of the founding members of a new research network intended to unite the nation’s most powerful laser facilities.

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