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Researchers Find Cost-Effective Method for Hydrogen Fuel Production Process
Nanoparticles composed of nickel and iron increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of water electrolysis in hydrogen fuel production.
U of A Student Receives EPA Grant to Target Food Waste in Public Schools
Graduate student Melissa Terry is a nationally known advocate for reducing food waste and will put the grant to use in K-12 schools.
Open to All Students: A Minor in Agribusiness
A minor in agricultural business or international economic development offers a way to study such topics as economics, environment or the business of food
Blackwell Firm Wins National AIA Honor Award for Memphis' Shelby Farms Park
The collaborative design was one of four projects honored by the American Institute of Architects for Regional and Urban Design.
System Will Help Planners Identify, Prioritize Highway Projects
U of A researchers developed a low-cost, high-tech system to monitor tractor-trailers on state and local highways.
VeoRide Bikeshare Program Adds 150 New E-Assist Bikes
VeoRide' s University of Arkansas and Fayetteville program, the state's largest bikeshare, is tripling its fleet of e-assist bikes due to high customer demand.
2018 China Logistics Insights Report Released With Theme Focusing on Green Supply Chain
The Supply Chain Management Research Center teamed up with researchers in China to compare the macro-economic data of Chinese and American transportation volume and inventory costs.
Study Confirms Micro-Algae's Cleaning Ability in Wastewater Treatment
Environmental engineers found Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled algae, excelled at removing nutrients from wastewater discharge.
First On-Campus Bikeway Implemented from Discovery Hall to the Chemistry Building
The Office For Sustainability plams to eventually extend the route from Dickson Street to Campus Walk
Annual 'Give a Cookie, Get a Cookie' Returns to Kick Off Holiday Season
The campus community is invited to decorate cookies for themselves and as holiday treats for food insecure students or children.