Laurie Meythaler-Mullins is one of the first two graduates of the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ new master’s degree program in One Health, and she’s already putting her degree to good use.
A team of University of Alaska biomedical researchers will join a federally funded effort to improve tracking of COVID-19 variants throughout the state.
The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) opened phase one of the Rocky Coast Discovery Pools.
The two-acre exotic tree plantation is part of a much-larger “boreal arboretum” on the UAF campus, which mostly consists of native spruce, birch, aspen, poplar and willow trees.
The Alaska Science Pod will give voice to the people tackling big scientific questions in the Last Frontier through a series of monthly episodes featuring natural phenomena in Alaska and the people who study them.