WKSU – September 27, 2018 Assistant Professor Hunter King commented on his research group’s work to develop laser cut, 3D printed spectrometers that will be available to build or purchase,… read more →
Cleveland.com – September 26, 2018 UA Ph.D. student Kelly Siman and Assistant Professor Hunter King are working on a user-friendly spectrometer “that can measure phosphorus and nitrates in water throughout… read more →
Does a Hedgehog Hold the Key to Reducing Head Injury Risk? Hedgemon technology mimics the trauma-reducing structure of the hedgehog’s quills Over the past decade, scientists have made significant discoveries in… read more →
Student researchers at The University of Akron (UA) are, to borrow Hamlet’s phrase, taking arms against a sea of troubles – or, in this case, a lake full of invasive… read more →
BRIC Faculty Hunter King is quoted in a July 20 Popular Science article, “Termites are nature’s most amazing skyscraper engineers,” by Mary Beth Riggs.
Hedgemon, co-founded by Biomimicry Fellowship Program Alumni Emily Kennedy, Bill Hsiung, and Daphne Fecheyr-Lippens, is among seven teams selected to participate in the 2018 Flashstarts Accelerator Program and receive $50k… read more →
Two of our researchers spoke on biomimetic approaches to environmental sustainability at the 2018 New York State Green Building Conference in Syracuse, N.Y., hosted recently by the State University of… read more →
Brightly colored Australian peacock spiders (Maratus spp.) captivate even the most arachnophobic viewers with their flamboyant courtship displays featuring diverse and intricate body colorations, patterns and movements – all packed… read more →