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A UC interdiscipliinary research team focusing on the paleoecology of the ancient Maya city of Tikal (c. 300 BC) discovers why the city was abandoned around 900 AD.
A UC archivist examines how a contemporary fiction genre portrays the fears and the freedom of knowledge held in books and libraries.
A UC historian is co-editor of a special issue of a research journal that opens a new frontier of research into the Latin American drug trade and its effect on world culture.
A manipulation of light through tiny technology could lead to big benefits for everything from TVs to microscopes.
The Feb. 13 event will include refreshments, entertainment, games and music.
Hundreds of UC alumni welcomed an official delegation during a visit that highlighted strong connections across continents and powerful potential for the future.
Ugandan native, Nakaferro, lost four of her siblings to preventable health conditions. After overcoming many obstacles, she expects to graduate with a Master’s of Public Health in December 2015, head home to Uganda to help improve public health and assure that others don’t suffer similar losses.
Get the UC story on the 'heart and sole' of Piola Shoes.
At a national meeting, researchers report that it’s the dirt that’s resulting in a new look at farming in the Dark Age.
Campus and local community enjoyed seeing views of Europe and Turkey – as seen through the eyes of students in the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) – during a two-day open house Dec. 7-8 in the store front along Calhoun Street near campus.