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Studies Show Some Types of Life Can Survive Conditions Found on Mars
Researchers subjected certain microorganisms to extreme cold and low pressure to test their ability to thrive in Martian soil.
Lab Quality Testing Outside the Lab
Professor David D. Cunningham of Eastern Kentucky University will give a lecture on "Lab Quality Testing Outside the Lab" will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 19, in the Chemistry Building, room 105.
Anthropology Doctoral Candidate Awarded NSF Dissertation Grant
John Samuelsen, an anthropology doctoral candidate, was awarded $14,750 to determine if individuals interred in southwest Arkansas grew up in the area or were from some other region.
Elbin to Receive Early Career Award for Research on Sport-related Concussion
The U of A associate professor of exercise science is receiving the first award of this type from the Sports Neuropsychology Society.
Food Science's Buescher Spreads Germ Education at Har-Ber High School
Rosa Buescher of Bumpers College recently hit the road to spread, not germs, but germ education to high school students, talk about food safety, food science careers and STEM education.
New Biomedical Company Helps Train Clinicians and Test Medical Equipment
Vivas LLC partnered with a Fort Smith company to create gel models that mimic human tissue; first products shipped in late February.
Federal Scientist: A Day in the Life of a DEA Forensic Chemist
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry presents "Federal Scientist: A Day in the Life of a DEA Forensic Chemist," with Roger Williams at 3:30 p.m. Monday, April 16 in the Chemistry Building, room 144.
U of A Students Organize Second Annual March for Science
The community is invited to march from St. Paul’s Church to Hillside Auditorium, starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 14
Generous Donation Improves Accessibility and Usage of Instruments for Chemistry Majors
Laboratory improvements in Discovery Hall have recently been implemented to place analytical chemistry instruments near students, enhancing the learning experience and assuring safety.
Chemistry Lecture: Recent Developments in the Exploitation of Pd-Catalyzed b-Hydride Eliminations
Doug E. Frantz, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Texas at San Antonio. will present a lecture at 3:30 p.m. today in CHEM 114.