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A study from the University of Kansas recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Brain Sciences identifies a new gene target related to Specific Language Impairment (SLI).
Several awards from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to the University of Kansas School of Engineering will enable research to improve and lengthen the life of bridges, a critical part of American infrastructure.
An at-home COVID-19 testing device developed by a University of Kansas professor is another step closer to hitting the market.
The long-standing expectation that a husband is the sole breadwinner of a household has shifted dramatically during the last few decades, with married couples enjoying a more egalitarian flexibility in their roles.
A new description of two well-preserved ancient plant fossils in Washington state is prompting paleobotanists to rethink how plants might have been dispersed during the Late Cretaceous, between 66 million and 100 million years ago.
A prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program award from the National Science Foundation will enable a researcher from the University of Kansas School of Engineering to investigate how to boost effectiveness of security operations centers (SOCs) — centralized facilities that deal with security issues and protect enterprise computer networks for private industry, academic institutions and government organizations.
Two University of Kansas astronomers announced the probable discovery of water vapor on exoplanet TOI-674 b, a 'Warm Neptune' some 150 light years from Earth in the constellation Antlia.
Experts at University of Kansas and others recently delivered a major report to the National Science Foundation recommending research priorities to maximize understanding of climate change effects in the U.S and worldwide.
Kansas researchers find the increase in gas prices as a result of the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack to be far less than initially reported.
Researchers at the University of Kansas School of Engineering are teaming up with the Kansas Water Office to create models accounting for uncertainty about the state’s future climate so officials who allocate water can better forecast supply and demand of the vital resource.