CAMPUS NEWS: JUNE 24, 2021

UNO’S BUSINESS HUB

Small Businesses Flourish on UNO’s Campus

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Trivia Frazier, president and CEO of Obatala Sciences, and her team at Obatala Sciences have developed a Fat-on-a-Chip™ System for drug safety and efficacy studies. Obatala Sciences is one of eight companies renting space on campus of the University of New Orleans. (Photo by: Naomi Winston)

Trivia Frazier is president and CEO of Obatala Sciences, one of eight companies renting space on campus at the University of New Orleans. (photo by: Naomi Winston)

Tree canopy at UNO September 23, 2021
Grant to Create Urban Bird Habitat on UNO Campus and Support Environmental Education
The University of New Orleans has received a $34,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to create an urban bird habitat on campus  Read more
UNO researchers and partners will devise a plan on how to restore resilient seagrass beds in the northern Gulf of Mexico, with a particular focus on the role of genetic variation (photo courtesy of: Anastasia Konefal. September 17, 2021
UNO-Led Research Team Lands $121,000 Grant to Help Restore Resilient Seagrass Beds in Northern Gulf of Mexico
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 University of New Orleans alumnus Kentrell Martin, a former basketball player for the Privateers, has created a children’s book series that incorporates American Sign Language. September 16, 2021
Alumnus Kentrell Martin Uses His Children’s Book Series to Introduce American Sign Language
University of New Orleans alumnus Kentrell Martin humorously refers to himself as an “accidental author.”    Read more