Claudine Hauri, a researcher at the UAF International Arctic Research Center, recognizes the struggle to communicate about complex scientific concepts. Take, for example, "ocean acidification."
UAF researchers have uncovered genetic markers that can help trace chum salmon to the rivers in which they hatched, according to a new paper published in the journal Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
New evidence suggests that thinning and retreat of a large Antarctic glacier was underway as early as the 1940s, an international team reported in Nature.
Enjoy food and fellowship with your UAF family at the Chancellor’s Holiday Gathering on Tuesday, Dec. 6. The gathering will run from 4-6 p.m. in the Wood Center multilevel lounge.
Move over New York Fashion Week. Saturday, Nov. 19, UAF students will walk the runway wearing indigenous fashion with a contemporary twist. Indigenous and Visible celebrates Alaska Native art and fashion.
The UAF Department of Veterinary Medicine will host a student fundraiser that features pet portraits with Santa, a human- and pet-friendly bake sale, knitted items for people and pets, and paw prints of pets.
Enroll for courses now through Jan. 27. Register for classes early to get the best selection. Step-by-step instructions are available in the UAF Registration Guide.
A group of UAF graduates and sometime-students are building their own drones -- and a high-tech company -- in Fairbanks.