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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.
Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Brain: Drivers, Characteristics and Mysteries
Doug Kelley will talk about his lab's research on glymphatic fluid flow in the brain during a lecture at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in Memorial Hall 253.
U of A Hosts 'The Big Ones: Going After Large, Group-Funded Grants' Workshop, Dec. 5
The U of A will host a free grant-writing workshop open to all faculty, titled The Big Ones: Going After Large, Group-Funded Grants, at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5. RSVP by Wednesday, Nov. 27.
Association for Women in Sciences Hosts Seminar on the Gender Confidence Gap Nov. 21
The Association for Women in Science invites all students to its inaugural seminar, "Addressing the Gender Confidence Gap," from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in Arkansas Union 512.
University of Arkansas Named to Alliance Aimed at Diversifying STEM Faculty
The U of A is one of 20 public research universities added to a collaborative coalition aimed at enhancing faculty diversity and implementing inclusive practices in the STEM disciplines.
Patent Spotlight: Cleavage Resistant Green Fluorescent Protein
U of A researchers have found a green fluorescent protein that is more easily removed from target molecules, reducing the cost of using the green fluorescent proteins as a marker.
STEMusical Bridges Art and Science for Local Students
Songs written by Gary Prinz and his civil engineering students give grade school students a chance to learn fundamentals of science and engineering while committing them to musical memory.
Collaborators Converge to Kick Off $7.5 Million Research Project
Collaborators from across the nation gathered at the U of A Oct. 18 to kick off a $7.5 million research project aimed at developing a new generation of infrared imaging devices.
Graduate Students Present Research at American Society of Criminology's Annual Conference
Six graduate students from the U of A will present their research at the 75th Annual American Society of Criminology Conference in San Francisco next week from Nov. 13-16.
Cell and Molecular Biology Program Directors Visit Oman, Kuwait and Jordan
Douglas Rhoads and Adnan Alrubaye, who direct the U of A's Cell and Molecular Biology Program, recently traveled to Oman, Jordan and Kuwait recruiting graduate students.