Research

Brazil-U.S. Physicists Advance Understanding in Nanoscale Transport

Physicist Sergio Ulloa

Ohio University’s Dr. Sergio Ulloa, a professor in Physics and Astronomy, published a paper, “Conductance and Kondo interference beyond proportional coupling” in the American Physical Society’s Physical Review Letters. Ulloa collaborated with Brazilian co-authors Luis G. G. V. Dias da Silva of University of São Paulo, Caio H. Lewenkopf of […]

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September 13, 2017 at 5:23 pmResearch

Houser Gives Keynote on Tornado Intensity, Correlation with Topography, Land Cover

Dr. Jana Houser

Dr. Jana Houser, Assistant Professor of Geography, was recently invited to be a keynote speaker at the American Meteorological Society’s 38th Radar Meteorology Conference held in Chicago from Aug. 28 through Sept. 1. Houser gave a presentation titled “Correlations between Topography and Land Cover with Tornado Intensity using Rapid-Scan Mobile and […]

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September 12, 2017 at 12:14 pmResearch

Holub Publishes Article on Developing Miniature Proteins as Therapeutic Agents

Dr. Justin Holub

Dr. Justin Holub, Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, authored an article on “mall scaffolds, big potential: Developing miniature proteins as therapeutic agents” in Drug Development Research Journal. Abstract: Preclinical Research Miniature proteins are a class of oligopeptide characterized by their short sequence lengths and ability to adopt well-folded, three-dimensional […]

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September 12, 2017 at 10:24 amResearch

Hooper Edits Book on ‘Neurobiology of Motor Control. Fundamental Concepts and New Directions’

Hooper Edits Book on ‘Neurobiology of Motor Control. Fundamental Concepts and New Directions’

Dr. Scott Hooper, Professor of Biological Sciences, co-edited a book on Neurobiology of Motor Control. Fundamental Concepts and New Directions for Wiley Blackwell Publishers. The book provides A multi-disciplinary look at the current state of knowledge regarding motor control and movement—from molecular biology to robotics. Abstract: The last two decades […]

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September 11, 2017 at 4:30 pmResearch

Gingerich Edits Second Book on the Early Prehistory of Eastern North America

Gingerich Edits Second Book on the Early Prehistory of Eastern North America

Dr. Joseph Gingerich, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, edited volume II of In the Eastern Fluted Point Tradition, being released in December 2017 by the University of Utah Press. In the Eastern Fluted Point Tradition is a two-part volume that details the archaeology of some of the first people in eastern […]

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September 11, 2017 at 4:13 pmResearch

Bernstein Publishes Two Books in 2017

Dr. Neil Bernstein

Dr. Neil Bernstein, Professor of Classics & World Religions, published two books in 2017. Seneca: Hercules Furens is in the Bloomsbury series Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy. It was published in London by Bloomsbury Academic. About Seneca: Hercules Furens: Hercules is the best-known character from classical mythology. Seneca’s play […]

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September 11, 2017 at 3:21 pmResearch

New Book on LGBTQ Politics from Political Science’s Burgess

Dr. Susan Burgess

A new book from Dr. Susan Burgess, Professor of Political Science, brings together a series of essays on queer politics. LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader, co-edited with Marla Brettschneider (University of New Hampshire) and Christine Keating (University of Washington), is available from NYU Press. The advance of civil rights for […]

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September 10, 2017 at 10:12 amResearch