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NASA Grant Funds Simulation to Study Atmosphere of Venus
The planet’s thick, hot atmosphere has properties of both a liquid and a gas, which could influence chemical reactions close to the surface.
Seminar on 'What Every Scientist Should Know About Sales and Marketing' on Friday
Yolanda Fintschenko, co-founder of the digital marketing and design agency FounderTraction, will give a virtual seminar from 4-5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, via Zoom.
Celebrate Geographic Information Systems Day with ArcGIS Software
In celebration of GIS Day, the University Libraries and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies have partnered to help increase awareness of and access to the ArcGIS Online platform.
Holes in Greenland Ice Sheet Are Larger Than Previously Thought, Study Finds
Researchers including U of A associate professor Matt Covington climbed into moulins, which drain meltwater from the ice sheet, to better understand how volume relates to ice movement.
UAteach/Secondary STEM Education Q&A
The UAteach/Secondary Education program will host a Zoom Q&A from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Chemistry Seminar on 'Plasmonic Metal Nitride Nanoparticles' on Nov. 16
Mita Dasog of Dalhousie University will give a virtual seminar titled "Plasmonic metal nitride nanoparticles: The story so far" on Zoom from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Central on Monday, Nov. 16.
Chemistry Seminar on 'Artificial Photosynthesis' Tomorrow
The U of A's Robert Coridan will give a virtual seminar titled "Artificial photosynthesis: chemical approaches for converting sunlight to fuels" on Zoom from 8:15-9:15 a.m. Wednesday.
Poultry Meat Quality Research Increasingly Important to Industry
Casey Owens' research to improve meat quality also prepares her graduate students in Bumpers College for meaningful careers within the American poultry industry.
Researchers Receive Major Research Instrumentation Funding from NSF
A group led by Zhong Chen, assistant professor of electrical engineering, was awarded $580,292 to support purchase of a high-temperature semiconductor annealing furnace.
New Multidisciplinary Data Science Scholarship Program Now Open
The scholarship program is designed to enhance and increase the graduation rate of underrepresented STEM undergraduate students who are interested in careers in data science.