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Study Demonstrates a Better way to Store Renewable Energy
Findings could lead to more efficient use of wind and solar power.
Archeological Field School Focuses on Leetown, Former Hamlet at Pea Ridge
Program offers students t6he chance to practice the skills and methods of real archeological field work.
Biologist Developed New Method to Calculate Populations of Elusive Species
New method will be used in research, funded by the Department of Defense, to help manage wildlife on military installations.
Ability to Perceive Perfect Pitch is More Common Than Previously Thought
New research by U of A music professor Elizabeth Margulis and colleagues at Tel Aviv University finds that perception of absolute pitch in music is far more common that previously thought.
GRAPES' Spring 2017 Industrial Advisory Board Meeting
The GRAPES meeting drew together faculty and students from six universities, including three international universities, and industry leaders from 10 of the 16 membership companies.
Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences Students Earn Project Support From Bumpers College
Aubrey Dunteman, Michiyo Nishiwaki, Emily Wong, Kenia Mitre, Allie Murphy and Guillermo Tellez are receiving support for their undergraduate research projects.
U of A, Stankus Ranked First in Publishing Study
Life sciences librarian, science coordinator and distinguished professor Tony Stankus was the world's most published science librarian from 2011-2015, according to a new study.
Fulbright College Faculty Project Featured on National Geographic's Breakthrough Series
Assistant professor Grant Drawve is a co-principal investigator on an ongoing policing project focusing on the ability to harness big data to detect patterns and predict future events.
Modern Sexism and 2016 Election are Focus of Report From Blair Center Poll
Report explores respondents’ measurable hostility toward women in the workplace, along racial, gender, regional and partisan divides.
Research Shows Two Eggs Better Than One in Helping Ugandan Children Grow
Researchers for the UA Division of Agriculture studied the effects of egg supplementation on growth in Ugandan children living in areas linked to poverty and poor diet.