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News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Students June 19, 2017
Solutions for Common Good

A new interactive website illustrates the full force of the University of Dayton?s standing as a major national research university.

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Engineering March 09, 2017
Research Catalysts

The University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering and Hanley Sustainability Institute, will provide up to $500,000 to support faculty and staff research in science, technology, engineering and math the next two summers.

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Engineering February 27, 2017
Body Building

Engineering researcher Kristen Comfort won a five-year, $542,000 National Science Foundation CAREER award to support her quest to build a cellular model that acts more like a human body, allowing for a better understanding and visualization of human-drug interactions.

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Campus and Community January 05, 2017
Focusing on Cybersecurity

The University of Dayton will establish the Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence with a lead gift from Premier Health to enhance the cyberhealth of the Dayton community.

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Research October 31, 2016
Climate Change Research

A University of Dayton geologist in collaboration with three geologists from other universities received a $630,000 grant from NASA to study the potential of glacial lakes to flood and threaten thousands of lives in Asia?s Himalaya mountain range.

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Engineering July 05, 2016
National Scientists

University of Dayton researchers are part of a select group of organizations awarded funding for prestigious National Science Foundation research and project grants.

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Science April 08, 2016
Research Institute Receives Award for Materials Research

The University of Dayton Research Institute will expand its work in advanced composites under a new award from the Air Force Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Directorate.

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Research April 05, 2016
Regeneration Research

Imagine losing an eye, an arm or even your spinal cord. When we are wounded, our bodies, and those of other mammals, generally respond by sealing the wound with scar tissue. The newt, however, can repeatedly regenerate lost tissues, even as an adult.

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Campus and Community February 12, 2016
I Love UD

The annual I Love UD campaign kicks off Monday to celebrate the University of Dayton community and encourage alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends to Learn. Lead. Share.

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Research July 13, 2015
Expanding Sensors Research

The University of Dayton Research Institute's venture into sensors research in 2007 has proved a good gamble for the Institute. Eight years and 100 new employees later, the Institute's sensor systems division is spinning off a new office.

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