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Figueroa to Speak at Physics Colloquium Today
Eden Figueroa, a professor at Stony Brook University, will present a physics colloquium about building networks of room-temperature quantum devices at 4 p.m. today in PHYS 133.
Get the Grant: Free Workshop Presented by Successful U of A Grant Writers
Fulbright College and the vice provost for research and innovation will host a free workshop Oct. 4 for the U of A community dedicated to the art of nationally competitive grant writing.
New Study Offers High Resolution Images of Heart Valves
A team led by associate professor of biomedical engineering Morten Jensen has developed a method to obtain high-resolution 3D MRI images of mitral valves
U of A Receives $3.2 Million from the Department of Energy
Two awards will fund research on power electronic systems to move heavy vehicles toward electric and reduce cost of electric cars.
U of A Physicists Develop New Tool That Could Improve Cancer Research
Research by former Fayetteville High School student with University of Arkansas research leads to article about novel method of analyzing molecular-level experimental data.
NSF Funds Project to Create Commercial Fertilizer Out of Wastewater Nutrients
University of Arkansas researchers are part of the technology design and life-cycle analysis to convert wastewater byproduct to fertilizer.
Physics Professor Publishes Review on Strained Two-Dimensional Materials
Salvador Barazza-Lopez, associate professor of physics, is part of a team that published a review article on the properties of strained graphene and other strained two-dimensional atomic materials.
Entomology Department Provides Free Insect Identification Service
Fascinated by a tiny, six-legged visitor and want to know more? The Department of Entomology provides arthropod identifications to individuals, businesses, schools, colleges, and government agencies.
A Solar Eclipse of the Heartland: Campus Celebration Planned for Today
A rare solar eclipse coincides with the first day of classes at the U of A; ASG cook-out, free glasses and Fay Jones events are on the schedule.
Curiosity Unbound: Samuel C. Dellinger, Champion of the University Museum
The exhibit features objects and ephemera of the late University of Arkansas professor, University Museum curator from 1925-1960, and conservationist Samuel C. Dellinger.