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Student’s strontium isotope project offers a new map of Alaska

Student’s strontium isotope project offers a new map of Alaska

Deborah Mercy 907-274-9698 03/28/2014 Photo by Matthew WoollerSean Brennan on the Nushagak River during spring freshet. If you catch a salmon in the Nushagak fishing...

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UAF receives ConocoPhillips gift to support engineering

UAF receives ConocoPhillips gift to support engineering

UAF photo by Todd Paris Doug Goering, left, Dean of UAF’s College of Engineering and Mines, Chancellor Brian Rogers and Professor Shirsh Patil, director of...

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Eric Collins sampling sea ice algae and bacteria in Barrow, Alaska May 2013.

UAF researcher to ski across Greenland to map microbes

Sharice Walker 907-474-7208 3/5/13 In the century since Fridtjof Nansen’s audacious 1888 ski expedition, there have been few scientific crossings of the Greenland...

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UAF unmanned aircraft program expands to Iceland

UAF unmanned aircraft program expands to Iceland

UAF photo by Todd ParisMarty Rogers, left, chief operating officer with the UAF Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration, stands with Sigurder Hrafnsson,...

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Josie Sam (at right) chats with children at a school in the Ajumako District of Ghana.

UAF student aims to improve quality of life in Ghana through research

Josie Sam (at right) chats with children at a school in the Ajumako District of Ghana. Nancy Tarnai 907-474-5042 2/13/14 By the time University of Alaska Fairbanks...

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Scientist, artist to talk about narwhals

Scientist, artist to talk about narwhals

Artist Maria Coryell-Martin captured Greenland’s coast in this watercolor while participating in a 2013 scientific expedition to study narwhals. Meghan Murphy 904-474-7541 2/4/14 An...

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Tricia Kent takes measurements in the arboretum on the UAF campus. (Photo by Zachary Meyers)

Student invents reverse osmosis machine for birch sap tapping

Photo by Zachary MeyersTricia Kent takes measurements in the arboretum on the UAF campus.Nancy Tarnai 907-474-5042 1/22/14 University of Alaska Fairbanks master’s...

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UAF to head one of six FAA unmanned aircraft system test sites

UAF to head one of six FAA unmanned aircraft system test sites

UAF photo courtesy of Greg Walker, ACUASIA team from the University of Alaska Fairbanks used an Aeryon Scout in Prince William Sound in 2011 in a BP-funded demonstration...

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Photo courtesy Colorado State University Colorado State University President Tony Frank and University of Alaska Fairbanks Chancellor Brian Rogers sign a Memorandum of Understanding which will form a partnership between the CSU Veterinary School and UAF Also present are Paul Layer, dean of the UAF College of Science and Mathematics ; Arleigh Reynolds, associate dean of the Department of Veterinary Medicine at UAF, and Dean Hendrickson, associate dean of clinical sciences at Colorado State University, Dec. 19, 2013.

UAF, CSU sign veterinary program agreement

Photo courtesy Colorado State University Colorado State University President Tony Frank and University of Alaska Fairbanks Chancellor Brian Rogers sign a memorandum...

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UAF photo by Todd Paris Kinross Fort Knox Mine representatives Anna Atchison, left, and Eric Hill present a ceremonial check for $1 million to UAF Chancellor Brian Rogers, Rajive Ganguli, chair of UAF's Department of Mining and Geological Engineering, and School of Engineering and Mines Dean Doug Goering. The presentation was made during UAF's annual donor recognition event Dec. 12 at the University of Alaska Museum of the North.

$1 million Kinross gift supports mining engineering students, research

UAF photo by Todd Paris Kinross Fort Knox Mine representatives Anna Atchison, left, and Eric Hill present a ceremonial check for $1 million to UAF Chancellor Brian...

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