The vision of jumping spiders is nearly as keen in babies as adults, a University of Cincinnati study found
University of Cincinnati engineers are developing a home-testing kit that can measure stress hormones in sweat, blood, urine, or saliva
The University of Cincinnati created the world's first continuous-monitoring device that tests sweat as effectively as blood
Biologists discover the parasite's metabolism speeds up after months of fasting so it can pursue a meal
UC’s Nanoworld Laboratories collaborates with the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army, and NASA to investigate new uses for carbon nanotubes in military uniforms and fabric that can double as batteries.
University of Cincinnati researchers found the soils in New Mexico could support agriculture, suggesting the people who lived there 1,000 years ago were self-sufficient
Dehydration prompts increased blood feeding by mosquitoes. The findings could improve strategies for fighting mosquito-borne illness
UC biology professor's snake research could advance robotics to move through narrow tunnels after a disaster.
New research centers on an emerging field called metallomics, the study of the impact of metals on biological systems