HyLab’s airborne cameras and ground spectrometers can provide an exceptionally detailed map of an area’s geologic makeup; mining exploration experts can then look at the mineral composition of a surface and deduce what might lie beneath.
The competition, now in its 12th year, invites innovators to propose new, feasible and potentially profitable ideas for solving real-life problems and challenges.
The certificate program introduces all aspects of the business side of sports, including event management, marketing, facilities and analytics.
Researchers in Germany and at the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute have developed a method of using satellite imagery to measure the depth of thaw directly above permafrost in boreal ecosystems.
The sensors also provide valuable information for building engineers and public safety officials as they prepare for future events.
The collaboration between TCC and UAF researchers aims to gather information about vegetation regrowth in village firebreaks and about how fires along rivers could influence salmon habitat and growth rates.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has established a new renewable need-based scholarship program that could cover up to half of tuition costs for undergraduate students who qualify.
The Alaska Center for Energy and Power has been awarded a $3.3 million federal grant to develop river turbine generators to lower the cost of energy.
UAF graduate student Eva Burk is helping rural communities develop a plan to utilize local resources to improve food security.