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UA Sponsoring Interactive Technology and Art Show

An art show sponsored by The University of Alabama brings interactive new media technologies and 3-D fabrication to Tuscaloosa’s Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in November.

UA Students, Professors Author Book Chapter on Autism App

Three University of Alabama students and two professors will publish a book chapter detailing their research in developing a smart phone application for children with autism.

UA Researchers Look to Butterflies to Improve Flight

A better understanding of the aerodynamic properties of butterfly wings may lead to improved human-made flight, according to research at The University of Alabama recently funded by the National Science Foundation.

UA Museum Event Features Fossils, 3D Printing

The community is invited to explore the world of fossils during National Fossil Day at the Alabama Museum of Natural History at Smith Hall on The University of Alabama’s campus.

UA Start-Up Firm Set for Launch After Placing in Business Competition

A University of Alabama start-up company developing technology to charge cell phones and other portable devices wirelessly was a winner in a state-wide business competition.

UA Students Participate in Cooperative Education with Corporations

More than 150 University of Alabama students during the fall 2013 semester are receiving a hands-on educational experience at more than 30 companies and organizations through UA’s Cooperative Education Program.

UA Professor Emeritus Elected to National Post

Dr. Daniel Turner, professor emeritus at The University of Alabama, was recently elected as a vice president for the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.

UA Emeritus Engineering Professor Recognized for Achievement

Dr. Richard C. Bradt, professor emeritus at The University of Alabama, was recognized for his lifetime achievements in ceramic science and engineering.

UA Engineering Student Selected for U.N. Climate Change Conference

A chemical engineering student at The University of Alabama was selected to attend a United Nations climate change conference this fall.

UA Professor Hopes to Improve Open Software Development

Development of open-source software could be improved through understanding how isolated programmers collaborate, according to a research project underway by a computer scientist at The University of Alabama.

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