Eleven members of the Niagara University faculty will present the results of their recent research projects at a series of breakfasts sponsored by the university's Research Council.
All the events will be held in the Heritage Room of Clet Hall at 8:15 a.m.
The series begins Thursday with Donna Fisher-Thompson discussing how infants reacts to photographs of human faces, and Peter Butera reporting on the effects of estrogen on rats' appetites.
On Nov. 6, Laurence Boxer will speak on computational geometry, and Robert Greene on proteins and cell death. The Dec. 4 breakfast features Brother Augustine Towey reading a new series of his poems, and William Cliff talking about intestinal secretions.
On Feb. 12, Michael Ishman will report on the flow of public information in Latvia, while Kenneth Lord discusses product placement in movies. The March 12 session will find James Kling reporting on airline restructuring, and Tenpao Lee on the railroad industry's productivity and profits.
On April 2, Diane Morrison-Beady will speak on whether women at risk for contracting HIV will change their behavior.