The UAF School of Management will award more than $25,000 in cash Saturday, Oct. 17, after final presentations in the 2015 Arctic Innovation Competition.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks will begin a study designed to encourage high school-age girls to consider geophysics and technology science careers through summer academies.
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The first University of Alaska Fairbanks student-designed and -built small research satellite, or CubeSat, will fly on the NASA National Reconnaissance Office’s Government Rideshare Advanced Concepts Experiment, or GRACE, scheduled to launch on Oct. 8, 2015, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. GRACE is an auxiliary payload to the NRO’s L-55 mission.
Registration is open for the Alaska Invasive Species Workshop Oct. 27-29 in Juneau. The annual workshop will highlight invasive species management and science in Southeast Alaska and emerging issues statewide. It will take place at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall, 320 West Willoughby Ave., in downtown Juneau.
The UAF Community and Technical College aviation program hosted the state certification tests for Fairbanks International Airport fire rescue personnel on Sept. 19.
While winning a world record with his energy-efficient home has attracted attention, Tom Marsik never thought someone from the White House would stop by for a tour.