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Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Implant shows extreme promise for regenerating bone
August 3, 2021

Its powers may not rival Wolverine’s, but a regenerative implant engineered by researchers at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and University of Nebraska–Lincoln could help repair bone-deep damage following physical trauma, surgery or osteoporosis.

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Agriculture
Local crops could provide green solution for blacktop repair
August 2, 2021

Nebraska researchers are studying the efficacy of using corn and soybean oil to recycle asphalt.

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School of Natural Resources
Ferraro earns Wildlife Society’s education award
August 2, 2021

Nebraska herpetologist Dennis Ferraro has been honored by The Wildlife Society.

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Grand Challenges
Steering committee named to drive Grand Challenges
July 30, 2021

A steering committee representing a broad cross-section of faculty and staff is guiding the next steps of the Grand Challenges process. Additional Grand Challenges events are planned for the fall.

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Husker researcher part of multi-university effort to improve ag decision making
July 29, 2021

Nebraska is collaborating with seven other institutions in a new effort to use so-called “digital twins” to improve crop production.

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Researchers develop simple, inexpensive method for guarding carbon fiber
July 26, 2021

Researchers have developed a low-cost, scalable method to guard carbon fiber against oxidation.

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University of Nebraska Press names Ferreyra as new director
July 26, 2021

Jane Ferreyra will be the next director of the University of Nebraska Press, effective Sept. 7.

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Pannier honored as inaugural Swarts Family Chair in Biological Systems Engineering
July 20, 2021

A friendship sparked by a scholarship has led to Nebraska’s Angela Pannier being named the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s inaugural Swarts Family Chair in Biological Systems Engineering.

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Temperament could predict stuttering avoidance, inform therapy approaches
July 20, 2021

Researchers found that the temperament of a person who stutters might help predict how they respond when anticipating an upcoming moment of stuttering.

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Nejati’s molecular research earns CAREER award
July 16, 2021

A University of Nebraska–Lincoln scientist is exploring new ways to build three-dimensional molecular structures that could have far-reaching impacts in electronics, medicine and more.

Siamak Nejati, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has received a five-year, $593,240 Faculty Early Career Development Program grant from the National Science Foundation to build on his previous research.

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