A two-stage NASA sounding rocket launched from Poker Flat November 8 to gather data about the solar wind’s behavior.
While some rivers have become too warm for salmon survival, a UAF study shows salmon may be finding new habitat in Arctic rivers.
Former NASA Ames Research Center director Pete Worden says private investors will steer the next phase of space exploration.
An agreement with the US Department of the Interior streamlines placement of Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program students in federal internships.
A housing designer, a seafood e-commerce platform, a marine products maker, and two different types of sensing technologies are recipients of Technology Research and Development Center of Alaska Phase 0 grants.
The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward created two new executive leadership positions: Director of Mission Impact and Director of People and Culture. Respectively, John Fraser and Neisha Jones were selected to fill those roles.