- Published October 22, 2012
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Give a hand to some computer engineering students at UAHuntsville for designing a tool that could revolutionize new ways of using electronic devices with just one hand.
- Published October 17, 2012
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Students in the UAHuntsville Research and Creative Experiences for Undergraduates Program recently presented results of their research at the 43rd International Symposium on Essential Oils in Lisbon, Portugal.
- Published September 17, 2012
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What amounts to serious scientific research could, at first glance, be mistaken for students at The University of Alabama in Huntsville letting off a little stress with radio-controlled helicopters.
- Published September 10, 2012
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It was conversations with lawyers, engineers, and inventors, when a trio of graduates of UAHuntsville discovered that the same frustrations kept coming up.
- Published August 15, 2012
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Dean Smith has been named interim vice president for research for UAHuntsville, officials with the university announced today.
- Published July 24, 2012
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Can a device formerly used to test nuclear weapons effects find a new life in rocket propulsion research? That is the question in which researchers at UAHuntsville seek an answer.
- Published July 02, 2012
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Four hot summers in the past six year and June temperatures topping the 100-degree mark across the state have Alabama's state climatologist wondering if the state might be returning to the hotter summer climate that once was normal for this part of the country.
- Published June 21, 2012
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The latest employment numbers for working women can best be described as a mixed bag, but a silver lining looms for women — especially if they have earned one or more college degrees, according to Dr. Wafa Orman, economist at UAHuntsville.
- Published May 25, 2012
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As daily news of cyber crimes, such as bullying, sextortion and pornography, and other forms of fraud are reported deciphering good from bad web sites is key to navigating the Internet in today’s fast paced technological society according to communications professor Dr. Pavica Sheldon, at The University of Alabama in Huntsville