The University of Alabama will host a variety of entrepreneurial-related sessions April 10-12, culminating with an annual day-long event.
The University of Alabama will host the 34th Annual Alabama Technology Student Association State Conference involving competition for middle and high-school students Tuesday and Wednesday, March 12-13, at the Bryant Conference Center.
For one University of Alabama professor, it is all about connecting. For more than three decades, Dr. Barrie Jo Price has worked to bring those in the international community closer together through the use of technology.
Dr. Ajay K. Agrawal, a University of Alabama engineering professor, was recently granted a patent for a breakthrough technology for noise reduction in combustion. This technology decreases the noise generated by combustion systems at the source by placing a sponge-like material directly in the flame.
The University of Alabama will host the 33rd Annual Alabama Technology Student Association State Conference involving competition for middle and high-school students Tuesday and Wednesday, May 1-2, at the Bryant Conference Center.
A team of engineering students at The University of Alabama will compete in the IEEE SoutheastCon Hardware competition March 17 in Orlando, Fla.
Forty-six of the country's brightest students are registered at The University of Alabama this fall for a course of study that will allow them to combine their strength in science, technology, engineering or math with their interests in business and complete their undergraduate studies and earn a master's degree in business administration in five years.
The official mobile application for The University of Alabama launched this week, providing instant access to the campus directory, map, news and sports, as well as class schedules, library catalogs and more. The free application is available from the App Store.
A University of Alabama chemistry professor whose research has been lauded by the Department of Energy and who recently co-authored an article describing a potentially transformative development for hydrogen-powered automobiles is this year's winner of the Burnum Distinguished Faculty Award.
The University of Alabama will host the 32nd Annual Alabama Technology Student Association State Leadership Conference involving competition for middle and high school students Thursday and Friday, March 10-11, at the Bryant Conference Center.
The University of Alabama Action Card Office has received the National Association of College Auxiliary Services Technology Award for the 'My Football Ticket' program.
Two research articles co-authored by a University of Alabama computer scientist are among 2010's "Top 25 Hottest Articles" appearing in the scientific journal Information and Software Technology, according to an online database regularly accessed by nearly 11 million users.
The University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences is taking an innovatively different approach to welcoming alumni and friends for homecoming festivities on campus.
Dr. Rosanna E. Guadagno, assistant professor of psychology at The University of Alabama, and two colleagues have written a paper analyzing a 2007 cyberattack on the nation of Estonia and suggesting reasons word of the movement spread so quickly and evoked such passion among Russian Internet denizens.
A trio of University of Alabama art professors have secured a $350,000 National Science Foundation grant to find new ways to create a "system" that will foster creativity among a large group of students participating in an online class.
A University of Alabama molecular biologist is among six experts tabbed by a science organization to organize development of an extensive website as a resource for educators across the nation.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and a University of Alabama alumnus, will launch the Liberty and Power Lecture Series at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8, at the Ferguson Center Auditorium.
A former vice president and professor at a private Japanese university who previously was part of an IBM research team has been named director of The University of Alabama Center for Materials for Information Technology, known as MINT.
Growers and consumers of apples stand to be among the beneficiaries of a University of Alabama start-up company’s $25,000 winnings in a state-wide business competition.
Remote access to a telescope in the Andes Mountains of Chile gives a group of astronomers and their students, including those at The University of Alabama, newly acquired peeks into the wonders of the Southern Hemisphere's nighttime sky.
Two teams affiliated with The University of Alabama are among nine finalists in a state-wide competition designed to help launch start-up companies.
The National Science Foundation selected two University of Alabama professors for CAREER Awards totaling more than $890,000 for research projects related to improving future electronics and for investigating terahertz technology, respectively.
Emission & Power Solutions, Plc (Frankfurt Exchange Ticker Symbol: EPI), a clean tech company that licenses, acquires, develops, deploys, and transfers technologies dedicated to improving fuel economy while also reducing environmentally harmful exhaust emissions, announced today that it has licensed the patent pending Vapor Emissions System developed by Dr. Marcus Ashford at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama's Rural Health Institute for Clinical and Translational Science has received funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant Program to expand telemedicine efforts in rural Alabama.
A University of Alabama researcher is embarking on a $5.6 million phase-three, randomized, controlled clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of an innovative treatment that uses a noise-generating device, along with counseling, to alleviate the debilitating effects of tinnitus – that ringing in the ears that drives some people to distraction.