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‘Airborne object’ response builds on UAF, military partnership
March 16, 2023
Robert McCoy, director of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute, was driving to the movie theater in Fairbanks on a Saturday...
UAF scientist offers evidence that Venus is volcanically active
March 15, 2023
Venus appears to have volcanic activity, according to a new research paper that offers strong evidence to answer the lingering question about...
UAF researchers aiding NASA in developing Venus seismometer
February 23, 2023
Earth has earthquakes, Venus has venusquakes. Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute, working with NASA, are...
For a UAF seismologist, the Turkey earthquake is personal
February 21, 2023
No, he said, it had just struck their native Turkey and northern Syria, both 12 hours ahead of Alaska. An email alert soon arrived from the U.S...
UAF research contributes to progress on fusion energy
February 20, 2023
Fairbanks and nuclear fusion research usually aren’t mentioned in the same sentence. But they could be. Plasma physicist David Newman at the...
FAA grants wide authority to UAF unmanned aircraft center
February 15, 2023
The Federal Aviation Administration has granted a regulatory waiver to the University of Alaska Fairbanks unmanned aircraft systems test site...
Research explains strength of earthquake shaking in Nenana Basin
January 25, 2023
Research about the Nenana Basin conducted by former University of Alaska Fairbanks Ph.D. student Kyle Smith was published in December in the...
Wade Albright selected as director of Alaska Satellite Facility
January 24, 2023
“I’m proud to be associated with ASF because we’ve done such phenomenal things,” Albright said. “We’ve been so successful. And that’s because of...
31st annual Science for Alaska talks and outreach events announced
January 20, 2023
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute will host free public talks about tracking space debris, fostering education using the...