Arkansas Short Takes: Could Microbubbles Help Save Your Life?
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Groundbreaking research being conducted by University of Arkansas senior Kristin Kovach could lead to a safer and more precise way of treating blood clots. This week’s Arkansas Short Takes video showcases Kovach, an honors physics major, and her faculty mentor, professor Gregory Salamo, both of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, as they research how microscopic bubbles in the blood stream can help doctors dissolve blood clots.
In about 90 seconds, you can learn more about how undergraduate research at the U of A provides solutions to real world problems in the Arkansas Short Takes video, “Could Microbubbles Save Your Life?”
Reclamations, an exhibit on show at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center from Nov. 15 to Jan. 17, highlights contemporary indigenous North American art.
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.
A $50,000 gift from Jim and Susan von Gremp will create an Advance Arkansas scholarship and promote student success at the U of A.
The U of A Opera Theatre will give a 20th century retelling of the classic "Hansel and Gretel" at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 and 22 at the University Theatre in the Fine Arts Center.
Leaders from across Arkansas gathered Nov. 4 to break ground for the U of A Civil Engineering Research and Education Center at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park.