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"Rivers and Flooding in the 21st Century" Nicholas Pinter Southern Illinois University University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences, Geology Department Sept. 18th, 2014+ More details
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How are some animals able to regrow body parts following injury? Why can't humans do the same thing? Four professors in the University of Kentucky in the Department of Biology—Ann Morris, Randal Voss, Jeramiah Smith, and Ashley Seifert—are undertaking the basic scientific research needed to begin to answer these questions. Each scientist approaches the problem from a different angle, focusing on different aspects of regeneration, and using different vertebrate models. Together, they make up the core of an unofficial regeneration "cluster" within the department. Produced by Research Communications at the University of Kentucky.+ More details
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https://middle-east.as.uky.edu/ http://www.as.uky.edu/ One of the most respected American scholarly authority on Islam, John L. Esposito, visited the University of Kentucky Wednesday, September 10, 2014, to discuss “The Future of Islam: Assessing the Elements of Reform, Revival, and Fundamentalism in the Muslim World,” at the Singletary Center Recital Hall. The event was part of the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Passport to the World 2014-15 program Year of the Middle East: Crossroads of the World. A professor of Islamic Studies and International Affairs at Georgetown University, Esposito discussed his book on the portrait of Islam today and tomorrow, drawn by a lifetime of thought and research to sweep away the negative stereotypes of the fastest growing religion in the world. Esposito’s interviews and articles with newspapers, magazines, and the media in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Economist, The Guardian, The Times of London, CNN, ABC Nightline, CBS, NBC and the BBC.+ More details
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On July 9, 2014, the University of Kentucky announced a $3.75 million grant from the CDC for colorectal cancer prevention in Eastern Kentucky. The grant provides free FIT kits to local health departments and supports outreach through UK's Rural Cancer Prevention Center over the next 5 years. Produced by Research Communications at the University of Kentucky.+ More details
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When we talked to the four biologists that make up the unofficial regeneration "cluster" at the University of Kentucky, we learned too many interesting things to cram in the group video. So we made a short video for each of them. Here's more on Ann Morris and zebrafish. Produced by Research Communications at the University of Kentucky.+ More details
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From providing a comfortable, caring environment to ensuring the efficient treatment of patients, design can have a major impact on a hospital stay. A recent collaborative project at the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Emergency Department examined the new space to see how the current design works and what can be learned for the design offuture floors and healthcare facilities. To explore the design implementation at the UKEmergency Department, UK HealthCare and healthcare designersat GBBN Architects teamed up with Assistant Professor Lindsey Fay and Professor Allison Carll-Whitein the UK College of Design School of Interiors. Produced by Research Communications at the University of Kentucky.+ More details
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