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Faculty strike gold with safer way to make color ceramics

University of Richmond science colleagues are granted a patent for glazes using gold nanoparticles, which are safer to use than current methods.

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NIH grant: Studying pathways that make hearts beat and memories form

Biology Professor Linda Boland's team will build tools to study electrical activity in nerve cells.

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New grant supports project focusing on women and information technology

Kathy Hoke, professor of mathematics and chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, is leading a team focused on recruiting and retaining women and other underrepresented students as computer science majors and minors. 

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The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost guides and supports the University’s academic mission. The EVP & Provost serves as the University’s chief academic officer, leading and advocating for over 370 faculty across the five schools and serving as a key senior administrator.

Professor mixes chemistry and cooking in video series debut

The National Academy of Sciences’ outreach program, LabX, recently launched the YouTube series, “Chemists in the Kitchen,” and chose Pollock, a biochemist, for the first episode.

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