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Companies Benefit From Giving Congressional Testimony, Study Finds
Researchers studied aspects of testimony, including witness status, length of testimony and regulatory jurisdiction of the committee.
Promising Material Could Lead to Faster, Cheaper Computer Memory
Researchers confirmed that bismuth ferrite, which responds to both magnetic and electric fields, can be used to efficiently store information.
Three U of A Students Named NSF Graduate Research Fellows
The fellowships are each worth $34,000 per year for up to three years and are awarded to student researchers in the STEM fields.
Researchers to Help Develop Next-Generation Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
With $1.5 million award, U of A researchers will help advance the Energy Department’s goal of increasing demand for electric vehicles.
U of A Geosciences Professor Discovers Rare Original Maps
Tom Paradise, University Professor of Geosciences, examined the eminent map collection of the international Explorers Club, which led to discovery of rare maps previously unknown for nearly a century.
Research on Disk Galaxies Sheds Light on Movement of Stars
The University of Arkansas research is a step toward solving the mystery of how disk galaxies maintain the shape of their spiral arms.
STEM Workshop to Focus on Supporting Women in Science
Do barriers exist that limit the advancement of women in science? A workshop April 26 will center on that topic and how the community can encourage women's success in science fields.
New Book Traces Expeditions to Test Einstein's Theory of Relativity
Physics professor Daniel Kennefick writes about the 1919 eclipse, which provided the data to confirm the revolutionary theory.
CAST Helps Identify Possible Archeological Sites, International Research Team Publishes Findings
A research team at the U of A help identify probable archeological sites of interest focused on the precolonial cities and kingdoms that arose in the African interior around the 1st millennium A.D.
Cothren, Tullis From Advanced Spatial Technologies Monday's CSES Seminar Speakers
Jackson Cothren and Jason Tullis, both professors of geography, will be speak at the Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences Seminar Series at 3:30 p.m. Monday, April 22, in Plant Science Building 009.