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Newly found photos shed light on 1910 Denali climb
December 2, 2022
An unexpected find in a University of Alaska Fairbanks archive has revealed more information about the oft-debated April 1910 Sourdough...
Legislature honors Nettie La Belle-Hamer
November 29, 2022
The Alaska Legislature has honored UAF Vice Chancellor for Research Nettie La Belle-Hamer for being recognized by NASA for her contributions to...
Satellite launch means continued timely information for Alaskans
November 11, 2022
Thursday’s launch of an environmental satellite aboard an Atlas V rocket from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California might not register as a...
Geophysical Institute volcanologist receives international honor
November 8, 2022
A University of Alaska Fairbanks volcanologist has received a high honor from the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. Társilo Girona...
Research provides details of possible NASA moon landing sites
October 28, 2022
A University of Alaska Fairbanks postdoctoral researcher has helped NASA better understand two of the possible landing sites for the space agency...
Research reveals magma activity beneath Mount Edgecumbe
October 20, 2022
Magma beneath long-dormant Mount Edgecumbe volcano in Southeast Alaska has been moving upward through Earth’s crust, according to research the...
HAARP to begin largest set of experiments at its new observatory
October 17, 2022
Bouncing a signal off the moon. Learning more about a mysterious polar light. Sending a beam to Jupiter. Those are just some of the 13...
Need a precision science tool? New 3D metal printer can do it
October 14, 2022
Mention 3D printing and someone is likely to think about small plastic things such as customized Lego bricks or miniature dinosaurs. 3D printing...
Study: Glass microspheres won't save Arctic sea ice
October 5, 2022
A proposal to cover Arctic sea ice with layers of tiny hollow glass spheres about the thickness of one human hair would actually accelerate sea...