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Study Shows Visual Framing by Media in Debates Affects Public Perception
New research shows the way presidential candidates in a crowded field are treated visually by the media affects how viewers perceive them.
U of A Student Researcher Wins National Poster Competition
Gina Riggio, a doctoral student in the cell and molecular biology program, won first place in the student poster competition during a national water conference earlier this month.
Research Into Child Labor in the Cocoa Industry Takes International Stage
Professors Jeff Luckstead and Lanier Nalley of Bumpers College and a colleague from Kansas State found that a modest price increase could eliminate the need for child labor in Ghana.
Researchers Improve Semiconductor Laser on Silicon
The development of an "optically pumped" laser, made of germanium tin grown on silicon substrates, could lead to faster micro-processing of electronic devices and at a much lower cost.
Journalism Students Investigate Child Abuse Reporting Practices
U of A students take part in research that shows half of U.S. abuse deaths are not being reported.
Mechanical Engineering Grad Students Earn Research Honors
Adedoyin Abe and Mahyar Afshar-Mohajer earned awards for their poster presentations at the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Conference in Nashville in late May.
U of A's MICRO Lab Reaches its One-Year Milestone
The MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach Lab, or MICRO, has allowed faculty, staff and students to scan a wide a variety of objects for visualization.
Food Science Doctoral Student Earns Grape and Wine Scholarships for Arkansas Grape Research
Sarah Mayfield, a doctoral student in food science, has earned three national scholarships from organizations that support the grape and wine industry.
Researchers Build Catalyst to Generate Electrical Energy From Ethanol
Jingyi Chen developed a nanopartical approach to increase efficiency of the ethanol catalyst in the Brookhaven National Laboratory project.
Egan Researching How Cells Maintain Health by Repairing Damaged Proteins
Martin Egan is researching how cells conduct their own quality control, moving damaged proteins to a control area for later repair or removal.