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Psychedelics face corrupting influence of financial interests

September 22, 2022

Psychedelics such as magic mushrooms offer promise for addressing addiction, post-traumatic stress and other difficult-to-treat conditions. But University of Cincinnati postdoctoral researcher Neşe Devenot says the field is fraught with ethical concerns and financial interests.

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NatGeo: Do spiders dream?

August 9, 2022

National Geographic turns to UC associate professor Nathan Morehouse to explain why spiders might have visual dreams.

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UC to host event exploring evolving artificial intelligence

April 4, 2022

A conference and workshop to analyze the practical and ethical impact of artificial intelligence (A.I.) will be hosted this month by UC’s department of philosophy, the Institute for Research and Sensing (IRiS), with support from the Taft Research Center. “Machine Learning, Abstract Thought, and the Expanding Reach of AI: Ethical and Conceptual Frontiers” will be held April 7 -8 from 1 .m. to 6 p.m. in Probasco Auditorium, 2839 Clifton Ave., with a welcome address by UC Provost Valerio Ferme at 1 p.m. on Thursday. The conference portion of the event is free and open to the public.

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Parade: What are Joro spiders?

March 10, 2022

UC biologist Nathan Morehouse talks to Parade magazine about the invasive Joro spider which is expected to spread across much of the eastern United States because of its ability to tolerate cold.

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UC to host public talks on sensing

Event: November 18, 2021 7:30 PM

The Institute for Research in Sensing will host a talk on biomimicry this week followed by a talk on hallucinations.

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Putting patient health into their own hands

September 16, 2021

UC researchers are leading a pilot study examining how art therapy delivered through an app and pet robots can affect the mood of patients with hearing loss. The collaborative study seeks to allow patients to take their health into their own hands and increase accessibility of interventions.

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New UC collaboration focuses on senses

May 25, 2021

The University of Cincinnati has launched a new institute to study sensing in all its forms, from human and animal senses to the sensor technologies that enable our modern lifestyles and provide medical care.

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