The JPSS-2 environmental satellite sends data to UAF about the weather, sea ice, wildfires, and much more.
UAF is the first university in Alaska to join the National Association of Collegiate Esports, a nationwide league for competitive video gamers.
The UAF Geophysical Institute operates the only 3D metal printer in the UA System. It was purchased in mid-2020 but not ready for use until this year.
New research by the Petroleum Development Lab at the UAF Institute for Northern Engineering demonstrates the potential for commercial production of heavy crude at existing North Slope oil fields.
The UAF College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences is expanding its offerings with online courses and a new master’s degree.
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.
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.
The UAF Engineering Building is being named after the late Joseph E. Usibelli Sr., former president of his family’s coal mine in Healy.
New research by UAF and Audubon Alaska found that nearly 300,000 birders spent about $378 million in 2016.
The National Weather Service honored the Matanuska Experiment Farm in Alaska for over 100 years of observations.