Focus: UAH Research Magazine

Focus, the UAH Research Magazine, explores exciting new research on campus and beyond as a driving force at The University of Alabama in Huntsville.

Fall 2016 Issue

UAH's Dr. Gary Zank is elected as Alabama's only full member of the National Academy of Sciences, the university's Cramer Hall encourages collaboration among the governmental and academic scientists located there and UAH's collaboration with HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology fits its founders' vision well. That and more in this issue of FOCUS: The UAH Research Magazine.


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Spring 2016 Issue

UAH is riding the growing wave of additive manufacturing as the university researches the metallurgy behind printed parts, how bimetallic parts could be created and what the systems engineering implications of additive manufacturing may be. Meanwhile, UAH continues to add to its strengths as a comprehensive research university and has built nationally competitive education and research capabilities in crucial disciplines to support America’s national security and space exploration activities.


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Fall 2015 Issue

Led by the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County, Huntsville's economic development team relies on UAH as a key player and a powerful resource for companies looking to locate here.


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Spring 2015 Issue


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Fall 2014 Issue

In this issue of Focus, UAH Students will get financial help and an important foot in the door when it comes to employment in cybersecurity positions from a five-year, $4.2 million National Science Foundation-funded full cybersecurity scholarship program. Also on campus, UAH has a new Dean of the College of Science, Dr. Sundar Christopher. And the UAH CanSat team was third in the world at the 2014 CanSat Competition in Texas. All that and more in Focus, the UAH Research Magazine.


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Spring 2014 Issue

In this issue of Focus, UAH scientists Dr. Joseph Ng and Dr. Eric Seemann research possible epigenetic causes of post-traumatic stress disorder in military veterans. Also on campus, Dr. Philip Kovacs and Dr. Ryan Weber develop a search engine for schools to help motivate intellectual development in students, and UAH sophomore Tanner Carden works with a collaborator to develop a new 3-D cell printing device. All that and more in Focus, the UAH Research Magazine.

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