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DeSoto Caverns Provide UA Geologists Insight into Global Warming

One of Alabama's popular spots under the ground is helping University of Alabama scientists understand more about global warming on top of the ground.

December 2, 2004

State’s Housing Affordability Drops; Appreciation, Rising Mortgage Rates Increase Costs, According to UA Center Data

For the second consecutive quarter housing affordability declined in Alabama, according to information released from The University of Alabama's Real Estate Research and Education Center.

November 18, 2004

UA Researcher Works to Create Family ‘Legacies’ to Help Deal with Illness

Few things leave people feeling as helpless and stressed as caring for a seriously ill family member.

November 18, 2004

UA Real Estate Center Reports Third Month of Declining Home Sales, This Time Substantial

The number of existing homes sold in Alabama has fallen for the third consecutive month, according to data from the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center at The University of Alabama.

November 12, 2004

Mind Games

People with autism can be highly intelligent, but the way their brains work when they learn may be distinctly different from those without the disorder.

November 11, 2004

UA Study Reveals New Traffic Patterns over Thanksgiving Holiday

With the holidays approaching, thousands of Alabamians will soon hit the roads to visit family. Historically, the most dangerous day to travel over the Thanksgiving holiday has been Wednesday. Recent trends have people traveling...

November 8, 2004

Up, Up and Away!

University of Alabama engineering researchers can now be seen high in the sky. After many years of analyzing air-quality on the ground, UA is the second university in the country operating a Sky Arrow...

November 1, 2004

UA’s CARE Research & Development Lab Receives Best Practice Award

The University of Alabama CARE Research & Development Laboratory recently received runner-up recognition in the best practice category for their CARE data analysis software from the Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals.

October 26, 2004

UA’s Data Center Sheds Light on Those Eschewing 9 to 5 Jobs in Favor of Stay-at-Home Work

A national newspaper recently published an article about a woman who quit work to stay at home after her daughter was born. She became annoyed at having to rewind the toilet paper after the...

October 25, 2004

Underground Weather Reports

One of Alabama's popular spots under the ground is helping University of Alabama scientists understand more about global warming on top of the ground.

October 19, 2004

State Housing Market Continues Mixed Message, According to UA’s Real Estate Research Center

The housing market in Alabama continues to send a mixed message, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center (AREREC) at The University of Alabama.

October 11, 2004

UA McNair Scholars to Present Annual Research Conference

The fifth annual University of Alabama McNair Scholars Research Conference will be held Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Alabama Museum of Natural History in Smith Hall on the UA campus.

October 11, 2004

UA Researcher to Create Family ‘Legacies’ to Help Deal with Illness

Few things leave people feeling as helpless and stressed as caring for a seriously ill family member.

October 5, 2004

UA’s Engineering College Unveils New Research Airplane

University of Alabama engineering researchers can now be seen high in the sky. After many years of analyzing air-quality on the ground, UA is the second university in the country operating a Sky Arrow...

October 1, 2004

Innovative Classes and Research Give UA Chemistry Professor Two Achievement Awards

A University of Alabama chemistry class will explore different bacteria, including ones that eat sulfur and rock, through funding supplied by a National Science Foundation Award. Dr. Kevin Redding, associate professor of chemistry in...

September 29, 2004