Marshall Research & Economic Development in the News Archive – July 2012-June 2013

RCBI to host forum on advanced composites [Herald-Dispatch:  June 7, 2013]

Students can explore 3D printing technology with summer camp [Herald-Dispatch:  June 5, 2013]

Report outlines strategies to maximize economic impact of Marcellus Shale [Herald-Dispatch:  June 1, 2013]

Big learning opportunities about Big Data coming up this summer at MU [WVHEPC:  May 31, 2013]

Research opportunity brought student to Marshall [Herald-Dispatch:  May 19, 2013]

Science magazine targets W.Va. students [Charleston Gazette:  May 18, 2013]

Marshall professor does groundbreaking softball research [WV Public Radio:  May 15, 2013]

3-D printers an emerging industry, have many uses [Charleston Daily Mail:  May 9, 2013]

Marshall math professor plays role in flu pandemic research [WV Public Radio:  May 8, 2013] – audio available

Engineers receive patent on RR technology [WV Public Radio:  May 6, 2013] – audio available

Marshall students present research [Herald-Dispatch:  May 4, 2013]

State higher education system announces research mini-grants [WVHEPC:  May 1, 2013]

Robotics company, Byrd Institute to offer tech training [Charleston Gazette:  May 1, 2013]

Trail system gets bridge, $25K donation [Herald-Dispatch:  May 1, 2013]

Pain, epigenetics and endometriosis:  Research team wants to know how molecular tweaks affect which women hurt the most [AAAS Eurekalert:  April 23, 2013]

Biomedical science student presents research in Boston [The Parthenon:  April 23, 2013]

Chemistry professor featured on cover of “The Neuron” [The Neuron:  April 4, 2013]

Study at Marshall focuses on new therapies for lung cancer [WV Public Radio:  March 27, 2013] – audio available

New program to spur medical research at Marshall University [WV Public Radio:  March 27, 2013] – audio available

NAMII Selects Project Call Awardees [News release:  March 20, 2013]

Area leaders hold forum to discuss ways to help small businesses [Bluefield Daily Telegraph:  March 18, 2013]

NASA Introduces New Program to Local Teachers [WBOY-TV:  March 10, 2013]

Students explore the space between their ears [Herald-Dispatch:  March 9, 2013]

Fifth Annual Brain Expo [HerdVideo/YouTube:  March 8, 2013] – video available

The way we make things will never be the same [State Journal:  March 7, 2013]

Marshall Digital Scholar accepting faculty submissions for database [The Parthenon:  March 6, 2013]

Students shine at Capitol for Undergraduate Research Day [Herald-Dispatch:  March 1, 2013]

10th Annual Undergraduate Research Day [HerdVideo/YouTube:  March 1, 2013] – video available

Undergraduate students to present research at Capitol [The Parthenon:  Feb. 28, 2013]

Engineering Fun [Sunday Gazette-Mail:  Feb. 24, 2013]

State Capitol to turn kelly green tomorrow [The Parthenon:  Feb. 19, 2013]

Marshall University 3D Printing [Advantage Valley/YouTube:  Jan. 29, 2013] – video available

Researchers study vitamin C deficiencies [Herald-Dispatch:  Jan. 27, 2013]

Report gives Tri-State good mark for growth within high-tech sector [Herald-Dispatch:  Jan. 27, 2013]

Student-based software company launches app for the blind [The Parthenon:  Jan. 24, 2013]

Intermodal facility officially named [Herald-Dispatch:  Jan. 17, 2013]

Marshall meets $15 million ‘Bucks for Brains’ goal [WV Public Radio:  Jan. 16, 2013] – audio available

Editorial:  Business shows generous support for MU research [Herald-Dispatch:  Jan. 12, 2013]

Professor receives grant for petroleum research [WV Public Radio:  Dec. 12, 2012] – audio available

Commerce magazine features Marshall, Huntington [West Virginia EDGE:  Dec. 11, 2012]

RCBI gets grant for network [Herald-Dispatch:  Dec. 3, 2012]

West Virginia legislators tour Marshall University Forensic Science Center [HerdVideo/YouTube:  Nov. 28, 2012] – video available

Legislators visit Marshall forensic science center [WV Public Radio:  Nov. 27, 2012] – audio available

Protecting Your Digital Footprint [West Virginia Executive:  Fall 2012]

Advanced Manufacturing:  Revolutionizing the Industry [West Virginia Executive:  Fall 2012]

Marshall science students make video to raise awareness [The Parthenon:  Nov. 17, 2012]

The Supplement You Should be Taking [The Active Times:  Nov. 16, 2012]

Grant allows MU professor to study how temperature effects bone growth [The Parthenon:  Nov. 14, 2012]

Rahall Institute gets $25,000 gift [Herald-Dispatch:  Nov. 13, 2012]

CSX donates $25K to RTI [Herald-Dispatch:  Nov. 8, 2012]

Editorial:  Engineering complex big step for Marshall and entire Tri-State [Herald-Dispatch:  Oct. 31, 2012]

Ground broken on engineering complex [Herald-Dispatch:  Oct. 30, 2012]

Groundbreaking – Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex [HerdVideo/YouTube:  Oct. 29, 2012] – video available

Faculty member has big plans for astronomy at MU [Herald-Dispatch:  Oct. 29, 2012]

Projects aspire to increase rural jobs [Herald-Dispatch:  Oct. 24, 2012]

Federal officials hold roundtable on business in Southern WV [WV Public Radio:  Oct. 24, 2012] – audio available

Diabetes project at Marshall receives funding to continue [WV Public Radio:  Oct. 15, 2012] –  audio available

Anne Barth:  W.Va. ‘Tech Divas’ a model for new generation [Sunday Gazette-Mail:  Oct. 14, 2012]

Editorial:  Bolstered research program a plus for Marshall, region [Herald-Dispatch:  Oct. 10, 2012]

Honors seminar incorporates lab experimentation, analyzes DNA [The Parthenon:  Oct. 4, 2012]

Manchin, Rockefeller & Rahall Announce Grant for Marshall University’s Diabetes Outreach [News release:  Oct. 2, 2012]

Rockefeller, Manchin, Rahall & Tomblin announce significant grant for mine safety research at Marshall University [News release: Sept. 26, 2012]

MU geology professor receives NSF grant to study in Egypt [The Parthenon:  Sept. 26, 2012]

MU College of Science professors receive grant [The Parthenon:  Sept. 19, 2012]

Marshall scientist receives NSF grant [WV Public Radio:  Sept. 12, 2012] – audio available

Editorial:  Local institute to play key role in national manufacturing initiative [Herald-Dispatch:  Aug. 21, 2012]

RCBI, three other WV groups to be part of federal manufacturing program [Gazette:  Aug. 17, 2012]

Charlotte Weber: Additive manufacturing changes the way things are created [Gazette:  Aug. 17, 2012]

Volunteers sought to paint 8th Street underpass mural [Herald-Dispatch:  Aug. 16, 2012]

Marshall’s School of Pharmacy begins first semester [WV Public Radio:  Aug. 15, 2012] – audio available

Applied engineering complex coming to Marshall [Sunday Gazette-Mail:  Aug. 12, 2012]

Growing Jobs [Bluefield Daily Telegraph:  Aug. 9, 2012]

Charlotte Weber:  Additive manufacturing triggers revolution in way we make things [State Journal:  Aug. 8, 2012]

LEGO robotics summer camp concludes [Herald-Dispatch:  Aug. 4, 2012]

Jobs initiative taking off in southern West Virginia [WOWK-TV:  Aug. 2, 2012]

Rockefeller announces highly competitive grants for economic development in WV [News release:  Aug. 1, 2012]

Marshall plays role at West Virginia Youth Science Camp [WOWK-TV:  July 30, 2012]

MU summer camp teaches area kids basic robotics [Herald-Dispatch:  July 24, 2012]

HSTA takes place at Marshall [WV Public Radio:  July 23, 2012] – audio available

Universities receive $4 million for energy, cancer studies [Times West Virginian:  July 22, 2012]

Science camp provides W.Va. kids hands-on science experience [The Parthenon:  July 19, 2012]

HSTA kicks off summer institute [Herald-Dispatch:  July 16, 2012]

Manchin, Rockefeller & Rahall Announce Funds for Cancer Research at Marshall University [News release:  July 15, 2012]

Charlotte Weber: Additive manufacturing triggering a revolution [Herald-Dispatch:  July 9, 2012]

Huntington museum is home to the largest collection of animals native to WV [State Journal:  July 5, 2012]