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U of A Team Co-Authors Paper Comparing Two Hydration Methods
The researchers studied how best to prevent dehydration that can adversely affect the body during cycling.
University Libraries Spotlight: Tony Stankus
Tony Stankus began working for University Libraries as a life sciences librarian, science coordinator and distinguished professor in 2007.
Physics Colloquium Topic: Planet X and Periodic Mass Extinctions
Daniel Whitmire will discuss his research on the relationship between the "Planet X" and periodic mass extinctions on Earth in a colloquium scheduled for 4 p.m. today in PHYS 133.
Researchers: Method Using Tarp to Cool Person With Heat Stroke Is Effective
Exercise science students and faculty used their lab’s environmental chamber to safely raise subjects’ body temperature before testing.
Local Students Competing in Science Fair Focus of New U of A Documentary
Filmmaker Dale Carpenter and science educator William McComas worked together to tell how students learn the scientific process.
Sheriff, Nursing Professor to Discuss Medical Marijuana Tuesday at Science Café
Science Café panelists Tim Helder and Nan Smith-Blair will discuss medical marijuana from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Feb. 21 at Powerhouse restaurant in Fayetteville.
U of A Entrepreneurship Team Wins Georgia Bowl Competition
The graduate student team, Surface Mod, takes a first major step toward turning a business plan into a startup company.
Researchers Publish Study on Rare-Earth Garnets
Rare-earth garnets are a promising material useful as a magnetic insulator in applications including magnetic recording devices, thermoelectric generation, microwave devices and in optical telecommunications.
U of A Students Named Finalists for Nationally Competitive Fellowships
Alumna Autumn Lewis and senior Madeline Meier are contenders for separate fellowships for graduate study in England.
Germanium Tin Laser Could Increase Processing Speed of Computer Chips
A team of researchers is working with the alloy germanium tin, a promising new semiconductor.