UAF made its best showing in a quarter century at the American Institute of Steel Construction national championships.
A vote by the board of regents means UAF may proceed with fundraising and design for the Troth Yeddha’ Indigenous Studies Center and Park.
Using shipping containers and energy-efficient techniques, a team of UAF students created a prize-winning design for rural Alaska housing construction.
UAF researchers and their commercial partners are the first US team to measure carbon dioxide in the ocean using a remotely operated underwater vehicle.
A remote-piloted aircraft operated by UAF took off from the Fairbanks airport—the first large drone ever to fly from an international airport in Alaska.
UAF is sending a team back to the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) national championships.
Scientists at the UAF Geophysical Institute suggest atmosphere leaking from the Earth might have frozen as water on the Moon.
Clear as gin, brown as iced tea, or tinted aquamarine by glacial dust, Alaska’s freshwater supply is so abundant the numbers are hard to comprehend.
More than two dozen selections split $40,000 in cash prizes at the 13th annual UAF Arctic Innovation Competition.
Checking in with an active Arctic community: musk oxen, lynx, and trees are on the move.