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Ingenuity, creativity key in urgent race for ventilators | Toledo Blade

Source: Ingenuity, creativity key in urgent race for ventilators | Toledo Blade


10 ways to avoid getting scammed when you’re online shopping – Reviewed Money

On unfamiliar sites, your personal data may be at risk. Here’s how to keep it safe.

Source: 10 ways to avoid getting scammed when you’re online shopping – Reviewed Money


Auto industry shifts production power to medical supplies | Toledo Blade

Source: Auto industry shifts production power to medical supplies | Toledo Blade


UToledo faculty break new ground in research, attract project funds | UToledo Alumni eMagazine

Source: UToledo faculty break new ground in research, attract project funds | UToledo Alumni eMagazine


Girl Power! | Voice of America – English

Meet Professor Sandrine Mubenga, whose near death in her native Congo led her to a career in electrical engineering. She also works to inspire girls to pursue science.  Reporter/Camera: Jeff Swicord, Editor: Jacquelyn De Phillips

Source: Girl Power! | Voice of America – English


University of Toledo awarded over $474,000 to train engineers in autonomous vehicle tech | WNWO

The state of Ohio has awarded The University of Toledo (UT)$474,287 for equipment to train College of Engineering students in development of autonomous vehicles and manufacturing robotics. Gov. Mike DeWine recently announced the funds as part of the Department of Higher Education’s Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills (RAPIDS) program including $975,000 total for the region and $8 million total for Ohio.

Source: University of Toledo awarded over $474,000 to train engineers in autonomous vehicle tech | WNWO


University of Toledo engineering students as future STEM leaders | Argonne National Laboratory

Source: University of Toledo engineering students as future STEM leaders | Argonne National Laboratory


Rod system for pediatric scoliosis has high failure rate, study suggests — 3 takeaways

A study from October 2019 indicates that NuVasive’s Magnetic Expansion Control rod system, which is used to treat pediatric scoliosis, has a high failure rate, Medscape reported.

Source: Rod system for pediatric scoliosis has high failure rate, study suggests — 3 takeaways


Girl Power Part 4 – YouTube


Girl Power Part 1 with Dr. Mubenga