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A great day for an anniversary celebration
August 31, 2021
Hundreds of people came to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute to help celebrate its 75th anniversary on a cool Saturday in...
Geophysical Institute glaciologist receives international acclaim
August 26, 2021
Glaciologist Regine Hock has been awarded a top honor by the International Glaciological Society for her “long-standing and ongoing service in...
Geophysics professor sails north in search of deep-sea answer
August 11, 2021
How one of the two large basins underlying the Arctic Ocean formed during the Mesozoic Era remains a mystery to scientists. It’s one that...
UAF Geophysical Institute to mark 75 years with public celebration
August 11, 2021
Come help the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute celebrate its 75th anniversary. Visit with scientists and enjoy interactive...
Alaska Satellite Facility gains increased computing power that can save lives
July 16, 2021
The addition of the high-performance computers marks a significant expansion of the Alaska Satellite Facility’s capabilities. “Addition of the...
ACUASI training rural residents to fly unmanned craft to aid Coast Guard
June 29, 2021
Residents of a remote Alaska coastal community will fly unmanned aircraft systems to support the Coast Guard’s oil spill response, fuel tank...
GINA group provides the big picture in wildfire season
June 25, 2021
Fire season is underway in Alaska, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute is helping — as it does every year — in the...
Research shows Alaska infrastructure at risk of earlier failure
June 23, 2021
Roads, bridges, pipelines and other types of infrastructure in Alaska and elsewhere in the Arctic will deteriorate faster than expected due to a...
UAF professor on science team for new NASA mission to Venus
June 2, 2021
NASA has approved two missions to Venus, and that means University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute research professor Robert Herrick is...