Research at The University of Toledo

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UT electrical engineer creates solution to cheaper, longer lasting battery packs for electric vehicles, satellites, planes and grid stations.
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Artist rendering of Zeta Puppis.

UT researcher makes discovery about massive stars

For the first time, astronomers have mapped the surface of a massive hot star, proving a decades-long theory that hot spots on the star’s surface affect the behavior of stellar winds.
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Students and faculty conduct research, volunteer in Dominican Republic

This past summer, eight undergraduate students and one graduate student from the University journeyed to the Dominican Republic …
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UT Researcher Discovers First Grass Carp Eggs in Maumee River

A researcher at The University of Toledo found the first proof of grass carp, a type of invasive Asian carp, spawning in the Maumee River. Nicole King, aquatic ecology research …
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Protecting the Great Lakes and drinking water

With $12.5 million in active grants underway, UT is studying algal blooms, invasive species such as Asian carp, and pollutants, and looking for pathways to restore our greatest natural resource for future generations to ensure our communities continue to have access to safe drinking water.

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Research at The University of Toledo

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs advocates in support of scholarship, creative activity, and research to all faculty, in full understanding that the needs to achieve success vary across disciplines.

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Last Updated: 3/23/18