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Southeast Arkansas Girls Explore Biomedicine at U of A Camp
Eighteen girls from Dumas and Gould made the trip to the University of Arkansas over the summer for a hands-on look at the world of biomedicine.
Fulbright College Introduces 2018 Sturgis Fellows
Four talented, driven Arkansas high school graduates joined the distinguished list of Sturgis Fellows in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences this fall.
U of A Biologist Receives Grant to Improve Biofuel Production
Research uses microorganisms that thrive in acidic hot springs to increase efficiency and sustainability of biofuel production.
Underrepresented Students Complete Research Internship in Thailand
Ten undergraduates from six universities, including the University of Arkansas, recently participated in a 10-week summer research experience in Thailand.
Collaborative Research Earns Recognition for Graduate Students Studying Mitochondrial Disease
Biomedical engineering student Olivia Kolenc and cell and molecular biology student Ajibola Bakare each received recognition at conference presentations based on their collaborative research into mitochondrial disease.
Fulbright College Faculty Members Honored at 2018 Retirement Reception
After more than 92 years of combined service, three faculty members in Fulbright College recently retired and were honored following the successful completion of their final academic year.
Research Professor Presents Seminars at University in China
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in biological sciences, recently presented two seminars in the Engineering Research Center of the Chinese Ministry of Education for Edible and Medicinal Fungi.
New Short Talks: Biologists Marlis and Michael Douglas on What DNA Can Tell Us About the Health of Wildlife
The latest podcast is now available online.
Researchers Find Evolutionary 'Tipping Point' Linked to Climate Change
Dwindling food supplies due to severe events such as drought may push species to the point of having to adapt to new resources.
The Path to Graduation: Six Student Success Stories
More than 4,400 U of A students are set to graduate and each has a unique story. Here are six examples.