UAF Research News
June 20, 2019
The best method for ensuring continued success in securing research grants is to demonstrate expertise, capability and capacity. Success begets success.
June 20, 2019
Alaska Sea Grant has selected three individuals for its year-long fellowship program. They include a master's student from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and two recent graduates with master's degrees from Oregon State University.
June 19, 2019
New research shows an iceless Greenland may be in our future. If worldwide greenhouse gas emissions remain on their current trajectory, Greenland may be ice-free by the year 3000. Even by the end of the century, the island could lose 4.5% of its ice, contributing up to 13 inches of sea level rise.
June 18, 2019
The collaborative art-science exhibit, "In a Time of Change: Microbial Worlds," is returning to the University of Alaska Fairbanks for a second summer.
Fairbanks is central to science
At 200 miles south of the Arctic Circle, the Fairbanks campus is well situated for northern research. UAF research in arctic biology, engineering, geophysics, supercomputing, and Alaska Native studies is renowned worldwide.
UAF ranks in the top 150 of nearly 700 U.S. institutions that conduct research. UAF has ranked in the top 11 of more than 10,000 institutions worldwide for number of citations in climate change publications.Learn more about UAF research
Your discoveries support Alaska
University researchers work to combat challenges Alaskans face on a daily basis. We are helping Alaskans live more comfortably and safely with a secure future by bringing research dollars into the state. More than 80% of the University’s research is directly related to Alaska.
To support research innovation, the University of Alaska hosts many professionally-staffed laboratories with highly technical capacities. Our labs and field facilities are available to all scientists.Learn more about UA lab facilities