Humans have for a long time admired the design of this creature, one that can fly backwards and zigzag with abrupt turns.
There’s no doubt that cleaning up Alaska’s contaminated soil is good for the environment. But perhaps what’s even more interesting is that the process, and the resulting recycled materials, lessen the effects of air and water pollution and contribute to a more pristine state.
Marked by metal cones and a clear-cut swath twenty feet wide, Alaska’s border with Canada is one of the great feats of wilderness surveying.
The relocation of an Alaska village is happening fast this summer, after many years of planning and work.
A collaborative, cross-school program helps Alaska grow its own veterinarians and for local clinics to make an investment in the future workforce.
BP is investing more than $280,000 in UAA’s College of Engineering and the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program in 2019.