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Permanent Arctic research facility under discussion
November 15, 2019
The logistics of doing research in the Arctic are challenging and complex. Travelling hundreds of miles through tundra, sometimes in temperatures...
International climate report holds special value for Alaska
October 28, 2019
Authors of the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change , or IPCC, delivered a stunning alarm bell for our planet's...
“Infrasound angels” recognized by Wilson Alaska Technical Center
October 14, 2019
Much of scientific work depends on quiet supporters; people working reliably in the background to make sure the operation runs smoothly. This...
New tsunami map tool empowers Alaskans to plan for the worst
September 17, 2019
September is national preparedness month and, for many Alaskans, that means thinking about tsunamis. With the most earthquakes and the longest...
The first day of the dinosaur extinction
September 9, 2019
When the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs slammed into the planet 66 million years ago, the impact set wildfires, triggered tsunamis and...
It’s not aurora, it’s STEVE
September 4, 2019
Aurora-watchers gazing at spectacular displays over the Labor Day weekend may have been seeing more than the northern lights. They may have been...
UAF announces 2019 Usibelli Award recipients
UAF News and Information
August 29, 2019
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has announced the winners of the 2019 Emil Usibelli Distinguished Teaching, Service and Research Awards. The...
Peter Webley honored by the National Academy of Inventors
August 16, 2019
Peter Webley’s passion for innovation, mentoring and outreach has earned him recognition from a national organization. The National Academy of...
Heart of the World: New Book about GI Researcher
August 5, 2019
Alaska’s wild expanse of mountains, taiga and tundra is immense. The landscape is larger than life and has a pull, it calls to those akin to it....