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Fairbanks community has a blast at Silver Fox Mine

Fairbanks community has a blast at Silver Fox Mine

By Zayn Roohi, Photo Editor UAF students successfully blasted the student ran Silver fox mine early in the day on October 24. The Silver Fox mine is located 20 miles…

Biology of Vampires: Lecture and Costume Contest

Biology of Vampires: Lecture and Costume Contest

By Julia Taylor Sun Star Reporter Three UAF scientists bring their expertise and insights from cutting edge research, to examine the pop culture portrayals of vampires. Wednesday’s URSA Research Showcase…

Sea ice lecture inspires and fascinates

Sea ice lecture inspires and fascinates

By Julia Taylor Sun Star Reporter The Ebola outbreak in West Africa and sea ice changes in the Arctic are similar according Hajo Eicken, associate professor of geophysics and geology at…

The Death of the Technology Advisory Board

The Death of the Technology Advisory Board

Chancellor Brian Rogers has disbanded UAF’s Technology Advisory Board. The chancellor’s office announced the change in a letter Aug. 13. While not all of the details are known, there are…

Science potpourri draws the community; showcases students’ knowledge

Science potpourri draws the community; showcases students’ knowledge

Lenin Lau/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 UAF’s 20th annual Science Potpourri, was a showcase for students from the College of Natural Science and Mathematics. Science students used their knowledge…

UAF wins 2014 Pacific Rim Cyber Collegiate Defense Competition

UAF wins 2014 Pacific Rim Cyber Collegiate Defense Competition

Blake Cooper/ Sun Star Contributor Mar. 11, 2014  UAF students kept their first place title from last year after a grueling weekend of network defense winning this year’s CCDC. The Cyber…

Seeing Double: UAF’s eLearning wins two pairs of Google Glasses

Seeing Double: UAF’s eLearning wins two pairs of Google Glasses

Kaz Alvarez/Sun Star Reporter Dec. 10, 2013 UAF eLearning and Distance Education received two sets of Google Glass, Explorer Edition to test at the university and around the state. Last…

Lecture focuses on the benefits of excercise

Lecture focuses on the benefits of excercise

Shae Bowman/Sun Star Reporter Dec. 10, 2013 A lecture on the benefits of exercise in the human body as it ages in the Schaible Auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 4. Biology and Wildlife…

Lecture focuses on pollutants in Alaska

Lecture focuses on pollutants in Alaska

Guest lecturer Catherine Cahill gave a talk titled, "When the world comes to Alaska: The long-range transport of soils and pollutants into Alaska" last week.…

UAF Hosts Lecture on new Zombie and Cancer Research

UAF Hosts Lecture on new Zombie and Cancer Research

What do zombies and cancer have in common? Michael Harris and Andrej Podlutsky answered that question last Wednesday.…

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