SRU research project comes to a head thanks to NSF grant
2018 Oct 2
There's some heady research going on at Slippery Rock University that could help humans wrap their brains around what's holding all their gray matter together.
Last month, a research group consisting of faculty and students from SRU, Ohio State University and the University of Florida embarked on a study to examine how cranial growth determines skull shape. To better understand the human skull, the researchers are analyzing the cranial base structures of other types of primates thanks in part to a $109,470 grant from the National Science Foundation.