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UAH students helping guide aircraft sensor over lightning

A line of thunderstorms flashes and rumbles over southeastern Kansas into Oklahoma and Missouri, sending clouds towering as much as eight and a half miles into the pre-dawn Easter …


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Student researchers win during UAH Research Week

Twenty-four projects were winners at the third annual UAH Research Horizons Day Poster Session held in M. Louis Salmon Library's Student Success Center Wednesday, April 12, and during UAH Research Week April …


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UAH’s College of Business Administration names two new associate deans

Written by Lauren Wiggins

The College of Business Administration UAH is pleased to announce the recent appointment of associate professor Dr. William "Ivey" MacKenzie to the position of Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Sponsored Projects and associate professor …


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UAH supplies critical systems for NASA super pressure balloon

Critical systems for NASA’s Extreme Universe Space Observatory (EUSO) Super Pressure Balloon have been supplied and calibrated by …


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UA Scholars Institute 2017

Written by Joyce Anderson-Maples

The University of Alabama (UA) System Scholars Institute will be held May 15-16, in the UA Bryant Conference Center in …


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Zank, Cassibry set to help UAH celebrate research achievements

Dr. Gary Zank, director of the Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research (CSPAR) and director of the Department of Space Science, is a featured guest speaker when the third annual Research Week at UAH hits campus April …


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UAH student's experience as “Marsnaut” further fuels interest in fusion propulsion research

Saroj Kumar spends a lot of time thinking about Mars. As a master’s candidate in aerospace engineering at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), his research centers on the use of nuclear fusion propulsion to send rockets – and …


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VORTEX-SE tornado study brings 11 institutions to UAH

The mysteries of severe weather in the southeastern U.S. — and why tornadoes kill and injure more people here than any other part of the country — will get an in-depth probe this spring, as researchers from 11 research institutions around the …


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Prestigious Amelia Earhart Fellowship awarded to UAH Ph.D. candidate

Deepa Kodali, a Ph.D. candidate in aerospace engineering at UAH, was one of just 35 women globally to be awarded the 2016 Amelia Earhart Fellowship from Zonta International, a global organization dedicated to empowering women through service and …


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Radar study targeting wind events at NASA, Air Force launch facilities


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