Andy Soria’s experiments could benefit fish processors by turning salmon waste into fuel.
The willingness of UA volunteers to share their skills and talents are highly appreciated. There is a great deal of work and service that would not get done if not for these friends of the university. As we bring volunteers into our community, it is important that we not overlook our responsibilities to both the … Continue reading Updated UA volunteer process
Syun-Ichi Akasofu, UAF professor of physics and director, emeritus, was awarded the Hannes Alfvén Medal in early April at the European Geophysical Union, Vienna, Austria. The Hannes Alfvén Medal was awarded for his outstanding achievements in Solar-Terrestrial Physics, establishing the sub-storm as a fundamental concept of magnetospheric physics. For more information visit: English: www.iarc.uaf.edu/spotlights/2011/akasofu-alfven-medal/ Japanese: … Continue reading Akasofu awarded the Hannes Alfvén Medal
A class titled Getting Started Vegetable Gardening in Fairbanks will be offered 6 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, at the Cooperative Extension Service in the conference room of their new offices, 724 27th Ave. To register or for more information contact Taylor Maida at firstname.lastname@example.org or 907-474-2422.
All UAF students, faculty and the Alaska Satellite Facility’s staff are invited to a presentation Tuesday, May 3, by staff from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Headquarters and NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, along with staff from ITT Coporation’s Space Communications Networks Services. Phil Liebrecht of NASA/HQ will be giving a 45-minute presentation with a 15-minute … Continue reading Presentation: The future of NASA