Thursday March 6, 2014
A frog that freezes. PlayStations that think. Read about it, and more, in the new Discovery digital magazine, highlighting the University's research.
The University has released its new digital Discovery magazine highlighting scholarship and research from throughout the University.
The 2014 online edition tells 12 stories — a frog that freezes, a gaggle of PlayStations that can think, a mother who reflects our best qualities, and more — with interactive features and videos.
“Our faculty, researchers, students and partners embrace the challenge to explain, enlighten and improve the world around us,” said Mickey McCabe, vice president for research and director of the University of Dayton Research Institute. "We've gathered the most exciting projects from our faculty, staff and students into an interactive experience."
The University of Dayton is a top 10 national Catholic research university. It ranks second nationally among all colleges and universities for all sponsored materials research and development. For all sponsored engineering research and development, the University ranks 30th nationally among colleges and universities.
View Discovery through the related link.
For more information, contact Shawn Robinson, associate director of media relations, at 937-229-3391 or firstname.lastname@example.org.