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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR COLLABORATES ON INVENTION OF FOOD SAFETY SENSOR

Jefferson City, MO– New biotechnology developed through a collaboration between researchers at Lincoln University and the University of Missouri-Columbia is aimed at making the food we eat safer.  Dr. Majed El-Dweik, Interim Dean of the College of Agriculture, Environmental and Human Sciences and Professor of Biological

Dept. of Defense grant to further Tuskegee University aerodynamics research

Tuskegee University’s College of Engineering has been selected to receive a $600,000 grant that will allow faculty in multiple departments to study aerodynamics phenomena over a three-year period. The Department of Defense award will support research efforts by faculty in the university’s Aerospace Science Engineering

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Tuskegee materials research leading to greener consumer, medical products

Materials science research at Tuskegee University, funded by a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, may soon lead to a new line of sustainable, plant-based material commonly used in everything from computer cases and automotive parts to biomedical interventions. The team’s research

DSU Researchers Developing Chemical/Biological Warfare Sensor

Thursday, April 19, 2018 While we live in a world where recently Russia unleashed nerve agents in Britain and chemical agents were used against the people of Syria, researchers at Delaware State University have been enlisted by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to develop

Hampton University Establishes Center for Caribbean Health Research

HAMPTON, Va. (April 6, 2018) — On April 1, 2018, President Dr. William R. Harvey proudly announces the creation of the new Hampton University Center for Caribbean Health Research (HU-CCHR).  The HU-CCHR will serve as the convening and coordinating center for research and programmatic activities aimed

Presidential apology commemoration, bioethics course to begin Tuesday

Commemorating the 21st anniversary of the 1997 Presidential Apology for the U.S. Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee will serve as a capstone for this week’s 7th Annual Public Health Ethics Intensive Course. The four-day course, held on the Tuskegee University campus April 10-13,