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International Research Journal Publishes Special Edition Dedicated to Mathematics Professor
Professor John Ryan of the Department of Mathematical Sciences recently had a special volume of the international research journal, Complex Variables and Elliptic Equations, dedicated to him.
Ozark Integrated Circuits Receives $750,000 Award from Air Force
The company will work with HiDEC researchers at the University of Arkansas to develop electronics packaging for jet engine controls.
Physicists Determine How a Promising Lead-Free Material Works
The findings by researchers at the University of Arkansas will help the push to eliminate toxic substances in electronics.
NSF Award Funds Research Program for Undergraduates
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $314,900 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program grant to chemistry professors David Paul and Julie Stenken.
Physicists Gain New Understanding of Quantum Cooling Process
New research at the U of A is helping physicists better understand optomechanical cooling, a process that is expected to find applications in quantum technology.
Physics Professor Appointed as Fellow at the U.S. Naval Research Lab
Joseph B. Herzog, assistant professor in the department of physics, has been appointed as a fellow in the Office of Naval Research Summer Faculty Research Program.
Margulis Receives NSF Grant to Study Role of Narrative in Music Perception
The three-year study will focus on the way people derive meaning from music without words.
Jamie I. Baum named new Chair of the Nutrition Physiology Research Interest Group for the American Physiological Society
Jamie I. Baum, assistant professor of nutrition with the Center for Human Nutrition in the Department of Food Science, has been named the new Chair of the of the Nutrition Physiology Research Interest Group for the American Physiological Society.
U of A Research Suggests Drinking Water Affects Glucose Regulation
Study suggests low water intake in people with Type 2 diabetes impairs blood glucose response.
New Book by Mathematical Sciences Professor Introduces Students to Geometric Group Theory
A new book, Office Hours with a Geometric Group Theorist, co-edited by Matt Clay, associate professor of mathematics, provides an accessible introduction to geometric group theory.