While some rivers have become too warm for salmon survival, a UAF study shows salmon may be finding new habitat in Arctic rivers.
Environmental services firm Nortech added some new hires: Janine Way as Environmental Professional and Jacob Ferrill as an Environmental Staff Technician.
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.
Everts Air Cargo and the UAF Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration assisted Boston-based Merlin in putting its “non-human pilot” through real-world operational challenges.
The Alaska Satellite Facility at UAF has a $70 million contract with NASA to continue to archive synthetic aperture radar data through 2028.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities launched the Alaska Rural Remote Operations Work Plan program to improve emergency responses by incorporating remote-piloted aircraft.
The interim director of the UAF Bristol Bay Campus in Dillingham, Wanda Wahl, can keep the job for the long term.
The operator of the Fort Knox gold mine presented $350,000 to UAF to establish the Kinross Alaska Future Leaders Endowed Scholarship, with the goal of diversifying the resource development workforce.
The UAF College of Business and Security Management awarded more than $45,000 in cash prizes to inventors at the 2023 Arctic Innovation Competition.
UAF researchers testing aerial cargo drones are returning to Nenana, thanks to funding for a new airport hangar that will be built this summer.