Skip Navigation

Today@UNL

Today@UNL | Regents approve Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior; Free asthma services offered to employees

On Jan. 25, the NU Board of Regents approved the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior as an interdisciplinary center at UNL. The center will be housed within Memorial Stadium's East Stadium expansion.
On Jan. 25, the NU Board of Regents approved the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior as an interdisciplinary center at UNL. The center will be housed within Memorial Stadium's East Stadium expansion.

NU Regents approve Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents on Jan. 25 unanimously approved the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior as an interdisciplinary research center at UNL. Known as CB3, it will be located in half of a 50,000-square-foot research area in the East Stadium addition to Memorial Stadium. Continue reading…

Members of the SEER team are (from left) Hong-Yen Hoang, Robert Boulter, Timothy Struble-Larsen, Sara Shinn and Marc McCaslin.
Members of the SEER team are (from left) Hong-Yen Hoang, Robert Boulter, Timothy Struble-Larsen, Sara Shinn and Marc McCaslin.

UNL teams among top 5 in Smarter Planet Challenge

Two teams led by UNL engineering students finished in the top five of the 2012 Smarter Planet Challenge, an international competition for college/university teams to improve the world's technology solutions. IBM and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers sponsor the competition. Continue reading…

Originally published Monday January 28, 2013 - Submit an Item