by Scott Rhode | Apr 5, 2023 | Arctic, Energy, Featured, News
Delegates from twenty-two countries converged in Anchorage for Arctic Encounter, a chance for Alaskans to learn how the state’s problems might be solved using models from elsewhere, just as visitors witness the Alaska way of doing things.
by Ned Rozell | Dec 27, 2022 | Arctic, News, Science
The Arctic Report Card—a compilation of northern science by researchers from all over the planet, most of them doing work in Alaska—came out in mid-December at the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union in Chicago.
by alaskabusiness | Dec 21, 2022 | Arctic, Construction, Government, News
The National Defense Authorization Act authorizes $100 million for extending the JBER runway and $68 million for a dormitory at Clear Space Force Station.
by alaskabusiness | Nov 18, 2022 | Arctic, Media & Arts, News
A two-part documentary premiering on public television is the product of an all-Alaskan crew. At the Edge of Tomorrow, about life on Little Diomede Island, airs on KAKM November 16 and 23.
by alaskabusiness | Nov 16, 2022 | Arctic, News, Science, Telecom & Tech
The JPSS-2 environmental satellite sends data to UAF about the weather, sea ice, wildfires, and much more.
by alaskabusiness | Aug 11, 2022 | Arctic, Energy, News, Transportation
The northernmost drivable point in the United States is the end of the road for an all-electric rally that starts in Fairbanks on Friday.
by alaskabusiness | Aug 11, 2022 | Arctic, News, Science
Toolik Field Station, the largest scientific research station in the Arctic, has $19.7 million from the National Science Foundation to pay for five more years of operation.
by alaskabusiness | Aug 5, 2022 | Arctic, Energy, News, Science
Home heaters that store renewable electricity could substantially reduce the amount of fuel oil burned in Arctic communities. Researchers from UAF want to find out how much.
by Tasha Anderson | May 23, 2022 | Arctic, Energy, Magazine, Oil & Gas
Oil and gas operations in the eight Arctic countries are incredibly varied, ranging from national policies that discourage oil and gas to country-wide efforts to ramp up production.
by Ned Rozell | May 4, 2022 | Arctic, Science
Clear as gin, brown as iced tea, or tinted aquamarine by glacial dust, Alaska’s freshwater supply is so abundant the numbers are hard to comprehend.