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Brain Research
System could help diagnose, treat brain injuries
August 23, 2016

Steven Barlow, a University of Nebraska researcher, has developed a novel system that measures muscle forces in the face, mouth and fingers to help evaluate the health of the brain.

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$6M grant will build neuroscience brain trust
August 22, 2016

Psychologists from the University of Nebraska will share in a $6 million National Science Foundation grant that will expand the breadth of cognitive neuroscience research capabilities in the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior and the department of psychology.

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Faculty startup locates at Nebraska Innovation Campus
August 16, 2016

Epicrop Technologies, a startup founded by faculty at UNL, has moved into space at Nebraska Innovation Campus. The company is focused on developing revolutionary epigenetic technology for improving crop yields.

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Health
NIH grant aids probe of cell circuitry and disease
August 15, 2016

A $1.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will help a UNL chemist investigate how malfunctioning switches in the circuitry of cells contribute to human diseases.

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Project to aid cities in planning for extreme weather
August 10, 2016

A UNL research team has earned a grant to help 10 Midwest cities plan for extreme and damaging weather.

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Thompson earns NSF graduate fellowship
August 8, 2016

Channing Thompson, a third-year doctoral student at UNL, is working to develop an electrochemical sensor that can screen for HIV more quickly, accurately and efficiently than existing versions.

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UNL’s sponsored research surges to record highs
August 4, 2016

Sponsored research funding at UNL reached a record high this year, increasing more than 12 percent to $146.9 million, according to the UNL Office of Research and Economic Development.

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Plants’ surprising guard against freezing: acid
August 4, 2016

A built-in litmus test may help some plants sense when it’s time to protect cells from freezing over, according to new research from UNL and Michigan State University.

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Hearing aid project headed to Nicaragua
August 1, 2016

A UNL project that helps children with hearing disorders is expanding.

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Zhu to lead creation of concrete monitoring system
August 1, 2016

A team led by UNL’s Jinying Zhu has earned a U.S. Department of Energy grant to develop an online monitoring system that can evaluate the health and durability of concrete structures – nuclear power plants, in particular.

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