Research co-authored by two University of Alabama geography professors published today in an online edition of Nature, the world’s most highly cited interdisciplinary scientific journal.
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The University of Alabama is a founding member in a national effort to support minority women and girls interested in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, the White House recently announced.
Dr. Lawrence Krauss, an internationally known physicist, bestselling author, public intellectual and executive producer of the feature film documentary “The Unbelievers,” will present “A Universe from Nothing: Cosmic Evolution, Natural Selection, and How to Get Something From Nothing, ” as part of The University of Alabama’s 2013-2014 ALLELE lecture series.
Visitors to the Alabama Museum of Natural History have opportunity to learn more about astronomy during the museum’s next Science Sunday, a free event scheduled for March 2 in Smith Hall, on The University of Alabama campus.
Science fair projects can be rewarding, challenging and, sometimes, even a bit stressful for young students and their parents. The University of Alabama’s Julie Covin offers a few tips that just might help your student bring home the blue-ribbon prize.
More than 400 students are expected to participate in the 2014 regional Science Olympiad competition at The University of Alabama Saturday, Feb. 22, beginning at 9 a.m.
A group of professors at The University of Alabama are helping K-12 teachers in West Alabama change how they teach science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects.
An innovative method for stripping greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide from industrial emissions is potentially cheaper and more efficient than current methods, according to a United States patent based on research by Dr. Jason E. Bara, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at The University of Alabama.
More than 500 students are expected to participate in the 2012 regional Science Olympiad competition at The University of Alabama Saturday, Feb. 18.
Two University of Alabama professors were named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.