KU Research

Solving the Alzheimer's puzzle

KU researcher David Kevin Johnson has earned international attention for showing that testing a person's ability to perceive relationships between objects may be an early way to diagnose Alzheimer's disease. Research info & video »

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Wild Science: Water Beetles

KU researcher Andrew Short talks about his research, which has dealt with insects and water quality in Latin America and how water may play a role in the development of aquatic insects that evolve to live on land and sometimes move back to water again. Watch video »


Campus News

Fall on the hill

Browse photos of KU's main Lawrence campus as the seasons begin to change and leaves begin to fall. Considered one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation, KU occupies 1,000 acres on and around Mount Oread in Lawrence. Browse photo gallery »

Fight the Flu

Employees can find the latest information about flu vaccine clinics at www.studenthealth.ku.edu. A student-only H1N1 clinic will be held Nov. 6. Once new supplies of seasonal flu vaccine arrives, new clinics will be announced. Meanwhile, continue to cover your cough, wash hands and stay home if sick.
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