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'Quietest Town in America' Proves Ideal Location for Research
Rachel Slank is completing an internship at the Green Bank Observatory, home to a radio telescope completely surrounded by a total lack of electronic transmissions.
Researchers Set U of A Record for NSF Early Career Grants Earned in One Year
The College of Engineering earned seven CAREER awards; Fulbright netted two prestigious grants from the National Science Foundation.
Researchers Develop Method for Identifying Radiation-Resistant Tumors
The findings will help clinicians evaluate and match appropriate therapies for patients with lung cancer by identifying radiation-resistant cells through imaging.
New Short Talks: Biologists Marlis and Michael Douglas on What DNA Can Tell Us About the Health of Wildlife
The latest podcast is now available online.
Research Points to Gaps in "Diversity Intelligence" Among Workplace Leaders
A survey of supervisors suggests some have an incomplete understanding of laws that protect workplace diversity.
Whitby Writes Instructional Guide to Teach Mathematical Word Problem Solving to Middle-Schoolers with Autism
Peggy Schaefer Whitby, associate professor of special education, has written a book to help teachers teach mathematical word problem solving to middle school students with autism spectrum disorder.
Mantooth and Team Featured for Radio Chip Work
The U of A team collaborated with a team at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology to design an electronic component that could withstand temperatures of 500 degrees Celsius.
With NSF Grant, Li Aims to Protect the Power Grid
Qinghua Li, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, will develop an automated system to improve cybersecurity patching for utility companies.
U of A Graduate's Hydration Research Wins Awards from American College of Sports Medicine
Alumnus J.D. Adams is now a post-doctoral fellow at the Mayo Clinic and recently won two national awards for some of the research he conducted at the U of A.
With New Imaging System, Archeologist Can Peer Inside Caddo Artifact
George Sabo, director of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, looked at a 500-year-old Caddo artifact with the university's new MicroCT imaging system, seeing it from the inside out for the first time.