The temperature is climbing, and while many enjoy the benefits of that beautiful summer sun, it is important to be aware of some of the dangers it can also bring.
This week at The University of Alabama: Researchers build one-of-a-kind radar to study rising sea levels – Student team wins NASA robotics competition — Expert offers summer health tips – Source available to discuss tick concerns – Camps abound for all ages throughout summer
The University of Alabama and Airbus will partner in an effort to enhance engineering education and research, according to an agreement signed between representatives from the two organizations.
Some 600 Alabama high school seniors will try their hands at politics and community service from Sunday, May 28, to Saturday, June 3, during the 2017 American Legion Alabama Boys State convention on The University of Alabama campus.
Three University of Alabama faculty and a 2013 alumna recently joined forces to address the challenges of evolution education within Alabama.
It’s time for ticks, the long lost cousins of spiders and scorpions and the brothers of mites, to have their season, and Dr. John Abbott, director of museum research and collections at The University of Alabama Museums, has the low-down on how to avoid them.
Engineering researchers at The University of Alabama will develop a radar that should provide an accurate image of what occurs at the base of the North East Greenland Ice Stream to help better predict rising sea levels.
Researchers at the University of Alabama hope to place as many as 15 STEM teachers in area schools through a $1.95 million grant that will provide tuition assistance, enhanced teacher training and robust salary supplements.
This week at The University of Alabama: Students partner with Marion for community service – Source available to discuss ticks, a summer nuisance — College Promise speaker visits – Camp opportunities for all ages abound at UA this summer — Bookmark host to receive award –