Cincinnati Edition

Focus on Technology
1:45 pm
Wed June 11, 2014

Smart people come together to slow down puberty

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Why are girls hitting puberty earlier. Last fall Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center researchers blamed obesity. Are there other causes? At the time, Children's lead investigator Dr. Frank Biro said environmental and physiological factors also play a role.

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Cincinnati Edition
4:00 am
Wed June 11, 2014

The growing uses of virtual environments

Example of a computer generated 3D image for use in medicine

  Computer-generated virtual environments have been commonly used in training programs for first responders, pilots, and members of the military. But they also have a wide variety of other potential uses, from industry to medicine. Joining us to discuss the educational and practical applications of virtual environments, 3D modeling and virtual reality software are Chris Collins, project manager at the University of Cincinnati Center for Simulations & Virtual Environments Research; Dr. Michael Richardson, associate professor at the UC Center for Cognition, Action, and Perception;  and Dr. Adam Kiefer, TEAM VR Laboratory director at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center’'s Division of Sports Medicine.

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4:00 am
Wed June 11, 2014

What you can find in the new book "The Cincinnati Anthology"

  Featuring essays, photographs and art from Curtis Sittenfeld, Katie Laur, David Falk, Over the Rhine, Rebecca Morgan Frank, and many more, The Cincinnati Anthology tells the story of our city and why we'’re proud to call it home. Mark Perzel recently spoke with the anthology’'s editor, Zan McQuade, about the included works and how they allow us to look at Cincinnati’'s future and what we want it to mean. Zan McQuade is taking part in a discussion and signing of The Cincinnati Anthology Thursday evening, June 12, at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Rookwood Pavilion.

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