Research reveals that motor cortex neurons exhibit an unexpected division of labor, a finding that could help scientists understand how the brain controls the body and provide insight on certain neurological disorders.Read More
Category: Improving Human Health and Community Vibrancy
Improving Human Health and Community Vibrancy
U of A faculty and students are studying all the factors that contribute to healthy people and vibrant communities. Research in biomedicine, human performance and nutrition address physical health, while other researchers focus on the health of our communities by looking at social justice and social and cultural systems. And research in education, combined with programs in art and creativity, improve the quality of life for everyone.
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A new report finds that Arkansas PROMISE — a University of Arkansas project aimed at improving the education and career outcomes of low-income teenagers with disabilities — has succeeded in increasing services, training, employment and income for participants.Read More
Researchers found that people who are politically conservative were more empathetic toward people like themselves, while political liberals were more empathetic to people unlike themselves.Read More
A new study by biomedical engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas could...Read More
A University of Arkansas biologist found a species of ebolavirus, named Bombali, in a bat caught in Kenya. Bombali had previously been found only in Sierra Leone, 3,400 miles to the west.Read More
Matt McGowan: Welcome to Short Talks From the Hill, a podcast of the University of Arkansas. My...Read More
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