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Grad Student Named International Amelia Earhart Fellow
Ellen Czaplinski, a graduate student in Space and Planetary Sciences, has been selected as a recipient of the International Amelia Earhart Fellowship from Zonta International.
New Paper Suggests Stable Liquids on Mars Won't Support Life
Professor Vincent Chevrier and alumnus Edgard G. Rivera-Valentín investigated the limits under which life could withstand the conditions on Mars.
Space Center and Space Hogs Unite to Launch Fundraising Campaign for New, Mobile Planetarium
The campaign will run from Feb. 18 to March 19 on the University of Arkansas' official crowdfunding platform, at capitalprojects.uark.edu/planetarium.
Researchers Confirm Possible Explanation of Titan's 'Magic Islands'
Saturn’s largest moon has rivers, lakes and seas of liquid hydrocarbons. ‘Islands’ that appear and disappear in photos could actually be bubbles.
Research Talk: Energy Cascades, Coherent Structures, and the Arrow of Time in Turbulence
Doug Kelley of the University of Rochester will speak on his lab's fundamental research on turbulence at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, in Physics Building 133.
Meteorites Topic of Discussion at Upcoming Museum Events
The U of A Museum will host Caitlin Ahrens, a doctoral student who will talk about meteorites in Arkansas and around the world at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the Archeological Survey Building.
NASA Awards U of A Pluto Lab Solar System Grant
The funding will be used to purchase lab equipment, supplies and research travel for the university's Pluto Lab, which is managed by Caitlin Ahrens.
Graduate Student Gets First-Hand Insight to Mars Mission
Rachel Slank, a graduate student in the was at the Green Bank Observatory last month to receive the first signal from the Mars Insight landing.
'Quietest Town in America' Proves Ideal Location for Research
Rachel Slank is completing an internship at the Green Bank Observatory, home to a radio telescope completely surrounded by a total lack of electronic transmissions.
Doctoral Student Nabs Lunar Science Internship
Ellen Czaplinski, a doctoral student in space and planetary sciences, is in the midst of an internship with the Center for Lunar Science and Exploration in Houston.