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Research July 18, 2022
UD researcher leads study using nanotechnology to restore damaged stem cells
A University of Dayton biomedical engineer is the lead author of a study detailing a new strategy to restore damaged umbilical cord stem cells.
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Engineering June 03, 2022
When milliseconds matter: Researcher to improve speed of wireless communication with $166K National Science Foundation grant

In remote surgery or autonomous vehicles, milliseconds matter when a wireless system sends, receives and executes commands. University of Dayton researcher, Feng Ye, hopes to help improve the speed of 5G and beyond 5G.

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Engineering May 24, 2022
A conversation with Jon Dekar ’11, inventor of the Obi Robot

Based on experiences with his grandfather, Jon Dekar, University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering alumnus, wanted to restore dignity to those unable to feed themselves for various reasons.

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Engineering May 23, 2022
University of Dayton team takes first place at IT Flies international flight simulation competition

On April 23, the University of Dayton Pelican Team members: Andrew Killian, Luke Duncan and Mauricio Hernandez came in first place with their aircraft design at the IT Flies international flight simulation competition.

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Faculty and Staff May 09, 2022
Geoscientists awarded $309K to study Horn of Africa water sustainability
The National Science Foundation awarded two UD researchers a grant to establish a link between rain-producing climate patterns and water supply in the Horn of Africa.
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Research May 05, 2022
UD students honored with Horwitz/Horowitz Award for undergraduate research in physiology
Two UD students received 2022 Barbara A. Horwitz and John M. Horowitz Undergraduate Research Awards from the American Physiological Society.
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Faculty and Staff April 19, 2022
UD researchers design new approach to operating systems courses with $300K NSF grant
With a National Science Foundation grant, two University of Dayton researchers designed new approaches for operating systems courses that engage students in active learning.
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Technology April 14, 2022
University of Dayton named National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

The National Security Agency and U.S. Department of Homeland Security designated UD as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense.

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Engineering March 25, 2022
Engineering students help nonprofit cut expenses

Kids Read Now, a nonprofit in Troy, Ohio, focuses on children's literacy and was struggling to find an efficient, less expensive way to bundle books to deliver them to the children. The nonprofit teamed up with University of Dayton engineering students through the 2022 Engineers Week Design Challenge, and the students found a solution that saved them time and money.

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Engineering March 23, 2022
Engineering Systems for the Common Good: Theories and Modeling to Drive Solutions and Hope
“Can’t all these powerful engineering tools I’ve learned be used for something other than engineering applications?” Dr. Raúl Ordóñez reflects on how this new CAP course advances the common good by studying and applying systems theory and modeling to social justice and human rights issues.
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