University of Cincinnati

Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed November 13, 2013

UC students help track nuclear material

Dr. Henry Spitz: UC professor of nuclear and radiological engineering discusses nuclear forensics with students.
Ann Thompson WVXU

International nuclear weapons inspectors are preparing to get a closer look at two Iranian facilities long suspected of having the capability of producing nuclear weapons. An agreement worked out Monday, with the International Atomic Energy Agency, failed to gain access to one of the most controversial sites, the Parchin military site, southwest of Tehran. The New York Times reports:

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Neil Armstrong
2:08 pm
Wed November 6, 2013

UC signs NASA agreement, keeps Armstrong legacy alive

From left: UC President Santa Ono signs the NASA agreement with NASA's Tom Davis looking on.
Ann Thompson WVXU

UPDATE:

At a media unveiling Wednesday UC researchers spelled out the specifics of the agreement with NASA. The Space Act Agreement, signed with NASA's Ames Research Center in California, clears the way for collaboration in four key areas:

  • Intelligent Systems and Structures (unmanned aerial vehicles)
  • Nanomedicine and Biomedicine
  • Environment and Sustainability
  • Analytics and Cyber Security

UC students will also have access to the Ames wind tunnel, the largest in the world.

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GE Aviation
3:38 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Ohio's aerospace industry taking off with GE partnerships

Rendering of the new $100M combustion laboratory at GE
GE Aviation

GE Aviation and University of Cincinnati Research Institute (UCRI) have signed an agreement to collaborate at the new GE Aviation Research Center in Evendale and its three labs. GE says, "the scope of this agreement marks a first in Ohio between a leading aerospace company and a leading university research institute."

The labs making up the new research center:

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Higher education
1:19 pm
Wed October 23, 2013

Cincy State/UC sign new partnership agreement

Cincinnati State and UC officials sign agreement strengthing academic partnerhsips between the two institutions.
Jay Hanselman

It will now be easier for Cincinnati State students to get four-year degrees from the University of Cincinnati.  

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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed October 16, 2013

Freezing out cancer and maybe asthma

truFreeze spray cryotherapy is designed to stop disease cold.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center are freezing out certain kinds of cancers and precancerous lesions with a tiny camera, a catheter and a special kind of spray. Traditional forms of cryotherapy (using liquid nitrogen to freeze and eliminate harmful tissue) are very localized. truFreeze, new to UC Health, enables doctors to treat larger surfaces.

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