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Physicist Awarded Vannevar Bush Fellowship by Department of Defense
The award, the department's most prestigious given to a single researcher's group, supports fundamental research with the potential to advance national security.
NIH Award Supports Research on Biological Drug to Rebuild Heart Tissue
The project is part of the Southeast XLerator Network’s Ideas to Products program to quickly commercialize healthcare technologies.
Device Simulates Filtering and Ion Transport Functions of Human Kidney
Novel technology that simulates kidney function could expand, improve treatment options for patients in the final stage of renal disease.
Fulbright College Celebrates 2020 Scholars Who Graduated With a 4.0 GPA
More than 4,830 U of A students graduated this spring and 45 of those new alumni graduated from Fulbright College, after maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Students Gain Professional Skills and Make Connections Through Blue Waters Internship Program
Alaina Edwards and John McGarigal interned at Blue Waters, where they could develop strong computational skills in high performance computing and advance their knowledge and skills.
Doctoral Student in Math Earns Top Post-Doc Placements at Max Planck Institute and Princeton
Alumnus Jean Pierre Mutanguha has been selected for a post-doctoral placement at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics followed by a second at Princeton University.
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.
Researcher to Study How Economically Important Ore Deposits Are Formed
Adriana Potra, an associate professor, is developing research that will improve our understanding of where and how Mississipi Valley-type ores form and, possibly, lead to discoveries of new deposits.
High School Students Across Arkansas Compete in Virtual Science and Engineering Fair
Instead of attending a big annual fair together at the Arkansas Union, students uploaded pictures, a PowerPoint, and a video of their presentations.