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Professor to discuss drones’ use in predicting severe weather in Nebraska Lecture
March 4, 2024

Drones are an increasingly useful tool for tracking and predicting severe weather. A Nebraska researcher will discuss drones’ forecasting potential during the spring Nebraska Lecture April 2.

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Research News
Morrill Hall reopening to the public March 15
March 1, 2024

The University of Nebraska State Museum and Mueller Planetarium will reopen to the public on March 15.

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National Strategic Research Institute
NSRI welcomes 30 University of Nebraska researchers as fellows
February 28, 2024

The National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska has appointed 30 researchers from the University of Nebraska System’s four campuses as NSRI Fellows.

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Robotics
Nebraska-developed surgical robot receives FDA approval
February 28, 2024

The miniature surgical robot developed at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln continues to make headlines.

After a successful test aboard the International Space Station on Feb. 13, MIRA — Miniaturized In Vivo Robotic Assistant — earned marketing authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Feb. 24.

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Qu named senior member of National Academy of Inventors
February 27, 2024

University of Nebraska–Lincoln engineer Liyan Qu has been elected a senior member of the National Academy of Inventors.

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Study finds concussions alter connectivity among brain regions
February 27, 2024

Nebraska researchers have authored a study that compares brain connectivity before concussion, in the immediate wake of it and during recovery.

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Husker team wins prize in contest to treat disease through gene editing
February 19, 2024

A Husker research duo was named a first-round winner in a National Institutes of Health competition aimed at generating solutions for delivering genome-editing technology to the cells of people with rare and common diseases.

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Surgical robot passes space test with flying colors
February 14, 2024

In a test that featured half a dozen surgeons from across the United States, a miniature robot created at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln successfully completed a surgical simulation aboard the International Space Station.

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Frequency of U.S. blizzards may decline in coming decades
February 13, 2024

The average number of blizzards could decline amid the lighter snowfalls and milder winds of coming decades, says a first-of-its-kind study from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

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Husker scientists deepen understanding of ancient rivers
February 12, 2024

Nebraska’s rivers can be thought of in various ways: Places for quiet contemplation. Familiar local landmarks. Precious natural resources to be protected.

For Jesse Korus, the state’s rivers are all that, but they’re also something more: They are messengers from Nebraska’s deep geologic past. And their messages, discerned through innovative analysis of remnant river-channel deposits preserved in modern topography and rock outcrops, are important in helping Nebraskans understand the ongoing geological dynamics affecting the state.

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