Researchers at Chapman University and Columbia University have published a study in Nature Plants this month, called “Diversity of nitrogen fixation strategies in Mediterranean legumes.” The recently published research focuses on a question that has intrigued scientists for decades—are plants able to regulate their relationships with nitrogen-fixing bacteria?

Some groups of plants have mutually beneficial […]

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ORANGE, Calif., June 10, 2015 – Each year, more than 5 million older persons are abused, neglected and exploited in the United States. Elder citizens lose an estimated $2.6 billion annually due to elder financial abuse and exploitation, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Community Living. Yet very few […]

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In a study just published by researchers at Chapman University, findings showed that greater life satisfaction in adults older than 50 years of age is related to a reduced risk of mortality. The researchers also found that variability in life satisfaction across time increases risk of mortality, but only among less satisfied people. The study […]

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Researchers in Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business and Economics and their collaborators have just published a study on the evolution of yoga in the marketplace. Assistant Professor Gokcen Coskuner-Balli, Ph.D., co-authored the study, which examined how the meaning of yoga transformed in the past three decades. The results show that yoga became decreasingly […]

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Chapman University will host the third annual Autism App Jam on April 24 on its campus in Orange. The event features 42 student teams from four schools who have each developed an app relating to the treatment of autism. Student teams from UCLA, UC Irvine, Saddleback College and Chapman will showcase their apps […]

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In its fourth year, Chapman University’s invite-only California Dreamin’ Business Plan Competition continues to grow, making it the second largest university business plan competition plan in the nation. The competition purse is $300,000 of cash and equity investment in addition to in-kind products, up from $250,000 last year. The competition takes place over two days starting […]

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University student gamers from all over Southern California invited to showcase their games for industry judges

 

Chapman University will host the Fourth Annual Showcase of student video games representing colleges and universities in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. This gaming showcase will take place May 9 at Chapman’s campus in Orange, CA. The event […]

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