Unique iron ore caves of Brazil to be studied by UA geoscientists
The National Science Foundation has awarded $400,000 for groundbreaking research on cave formation.
University of Akron to graduate world’s first students with Ph.D. training in biomimicry
Nearly 3,000 UA students are graduating this spring. UA is hosting six commencement ceremonies at E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall.
Biomimicry graduates already working to ensure sustainable future
The University of Akron graduated the first two students in the world with Ph.D.-level training in biomimicry during spring ommencement ceremonies.
Japanese delegation inspired by biomimicry in Northeast Ohio
Japanese delegates visiting Cleveland and Akron through the U.S. Department of State made a visit to UA to learn about the innovative work being done here in biomimicry.
Tarantulas inspire new structural color with the greatest viewing angle
This finding opens new potential to mass produce structural colors because highly ordered designs are easy to scale-up and manufacture.