New Solutions special issue on "Social Science-Environmental Health Collaborations" Friday, October 28, 2016
New Solutions has just published its special issue on "Social Science-Environmental Health Collaborations" that stems from an NIEHS-sponsored conference held in May 2015 at Northeastern University. I'm especially happy that much of the work stems from NIEHS-funded projects and from NIEHS officials. Please take a look and let your friends and colleagues know about it. See it at:
Please note that 4 articles are free for two months: Wylie et al, Finn and Collman, Korfmacher et al, Vera
Steve Goddard: Building Research on a Strong UNL Foundation Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Steve Goddard, named as interim vice chancellor for research and economic development wants to continue Prem Paul's legacy, and feels the importance of doing so. Goddard understands research, he has been at the university for 18 years, as a faculty member, department head, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and associate vice chancellor for research.
Statisticians work to streamline medical testing Monday, October 17, 2016
With the support of a 1.1 million grant awarded by National Institutes of Health, Bilder is collaborating with an Iowa-based laboratory which tests for sexually transmitted diseases to help clinics and blood banks reduce money and time spent on screenings for all types of infections by what is known as group testing, or pooled testing.
New Name for Whittier Research Center Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Whittier Research Center will be now know as The Prem S. Paul Research Center at Whittier School.
Registration for fall NURAMP sessions is open Friday, September 23, 2016The Office of Research and Economic Development will hold NURAMP sessions that begin September 28 and will run through November 15.
Human and Chimp Study: Sharing Cognitive Connections Friday, September 9, 2016Jeffery Stevens, a researcher in the university's Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior have demonstrated that chimps and humans have nearly identical patterns in social interaction and how the remember things.
System could help diagnose, treat brain injuries Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Steven Barlow is using just a bit of brawn to assess the brain.
The University of Nebraska researcher has developed a novel system that measures muscle forces in the face, mouth and fingers to help evaluate the health of the staggeringly complex but fragile organ that controls them.
NSF Announcement Monday, August 22, 2016
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Register for Qualtrics Online! Thursday, July 28, 2016The SBSRC facilitates access to Qualtrics for UNL faculty, students, and staff. Access varies depending on college affiliation, so SBSRC will help you navigate the system to successfully secure an account. If you are interested in obtaining a Qualtrics account, please complete the form below and the SBSRC will contact you with information on setting up your account.
UNL faculty collaborates at workshop to develop novel research project ideas Wednesday, May 25, 2016
NU FEWS Jumpstart was help May 9-11 to bring together faculty from 16 different departments to create ideas and preliminary proposals for future research projects. NU FEWS Initiative was developed in response to Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS), which focuses on funding at the federal level. Jumpstart was the third phase in this effort which strives to involve faculty from every discipline on campus, in order to generate new ideas for INFEWS proposals. Prem Paul, vice chancellor for research and economic development, helped lead the workshop.