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UC Irvine-led study links metabolism changes in certain brain cells to...

A research team led by the University of California, Irvine has linked the mutation that causes Huntington’s disease to developmental deficits in the brain’s oligodendrocyte cells that are caused by changes in metabolism.

Local 12: UC scientist develops one-of-a-kind sensor

Local 12 highlighted a new sweat sensor created by a University of Cincinnati electrical engineer that represents a leap forward in wearable technology.

55KRC: Death of Olivia Newton-John highlights breast cancer survivorship

Olivia Newton-John died last week, according to her family. While no cause of death has been announced...

WLWT: UC extends waiving SAT, ACT requirements

UC is waiving SAT and ACT tests for 2023 and 2024 college applicants, according to reports by WLWT, Channel 5, and Fox19.

Unlocking the mysteries of cell migration

When you’re hungry and find your cupboards are bare, you’ll probably find yourself heading to the grocery store to restock on food.

UC offers summer course on animal-inspired robotics

The student at William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio, enrolled in the University of Cincinnati’s Biology Meets Engineering course, which gives students both at UC and Cincinnati-area high schools a chance to learn about both disciplines while they work on animal-inspired robotics projects.

A new model for local news

Crosstown, a news website created by USC Annenberg and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Integrated Media Systems Center (IMSC), has been awarded funding from Google for an ambitious effort to bring data-driven journalism about crime...

Pfizer executive describes making the impossible, possible

Growing up Asian in apartheid South Africa, Angela Hwang, MBA ’94, wasn’t allowed to attend public school, take public transportation or attend college without government authorization.

A New Theory of How Black Holes Merge and Grow Into...

The biggest black hole collisions detected by LIGO may have arisen from a flat disk of gas in a young galaxy with a supermassive black hole at its center, says a new study in Nature.

The Mystery of Long Covid: Brain Fog, Fatigue, Even Sexual Dysfunction

Thousands of COVID-19 survivors continue to grapple with symptoms many months after they were first infected. Brain fog, fatigue, even sexual dysfunction are among the symptoms people endure weeks and months after their acute COVID symptoms fade.
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