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UAF to host Eighth Conference of Arctic Parliamentarians

...fourth International Polar Year celebration," said uaf Chancellor Brian Rogers. uaf is the only U.S. university situated in a near-pol...6 conference. Many of the IPY projects underway at uaf are investigating the complex questions raised by ...

Now, It's Possible to Trace Marijuana to Its Roots

... a plant," Wooller said. The testing at the uaf facility is novel because, for each sample, scient...y of Alaska President's Special Projects Fund. The uaf Police Department provided the lab samples of mari...ls, according to investigator Stephen Goetz at the uaf Police Department. From an evidentiary sta...
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UAF in Biological News

Mammalogists to convene in Alaska for annual meeting

... meeting co-chair and a wildlife geneticist at the uaf Institute of Arctic Biology. "These meetings also ...orth America will be presented by R. Terry Bowyer, uaf professor emeritus and chair of the department of ...rsity on June 28. The meeting is hosted by the uaf Institute of Arctic Biology and University of Alas...

NSF announces funding for Alaska Region Research Vessel

...tude research vessel for over 30 years," said Denis Wiesenburg, dean of the uaf School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. "We are delighted that the increase...funding of this research platform as part of the economic stimulus funding. uaf has a welder-ready project that will benefit both the economy and the ocean...

UAF researchers to present at AGU press briefing

...Semiletov is a research associate professor at the uaf International Arctic Research Center. Walker will ...ng the arctic coasts. Walker is a professor at the uaf Institute of Arctic Biology. Other panelists in... projects is attached. CONTACT: Marmian Grimes, uaf public information officer, at 907-474-7902 or via...

Arctic science conference to focus on northern sustainability

...focus on changes in the Arctic and beyond. Conference plenary speakers include Maribeth Murray of the University of Alaska Fairbanks; Hajo Eicken, uaf researcher and head of the International Polar Year North by 2020 project; James Rattling Leaf of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology; Cat...

Stroke and SIDS in Alaska topics of neuroscience conference

...rt of the Alaska Basic Neuroscience Program at the uaf Institute of Arctic Biology, which is a National I...xpand and stimulate basic neuroscience research at uaf with a focus on neuroprotection and adaptation. Th...uffy, director of the ABNP and interim dean of the uaf Graduate School. IAB neuroscientist Barbara Ta...

Atmospheric scientists gear up for collaborative airborne campaigns

...etect and obtain samples of atmospheric components. Shaw will manage the uaf efforts to support the NASA campaign dubbed ARCTASthe Arctic Research of th...position of the Troposphere from Aircraft and Satellites. For this program, uaf representatives will collect and analyze aerosol samples from the ground, a...

Alaska graduate program in sustainability receives $3.2 million award

...be considered together. To do that requires an integrated science that draws on several disciplinary perspectives, said Gary Kofinas, RAP director and uaf associate professor of resource policy and management. RAP is a graduate program that uses an innovative team-taught curriculum, hands-on internshi...

Siberian lakes burp 'time-bomb' greenhouse gas

...ter the researchers could get daily measurements of the volume of methane released by the bubbles. Walter will continue her work on methane for her uaf International Polar Year post-doctoral project which will provide the first circumpolar estimate of methane emissions for arctic lakes, linking proces...

On a wing and a prayer - Alaska researchers seek clues to bird flu

...Influenza Program. Runstadler along with biologists and technicians from uaf and state, federal and private wildlife agencies are spending part of this ... to UAF," Runstadler said. "We are best able to do this type of research at uaf because we have the expertise in biological and ecological science, the sta...
UAF in Biological Dictionary

Ribosomal DNA genes

...nscriptional silencing in yeast ribosomal DNA . Genes Dev. ... Transcription of Multiple Yeast Ribosomal DNA Genes Requires Targeting of uaf to ... Chromatin Assembly onto Active Ribosomal Genes in Yeast after UV ... ... counterpart of metaphase NORs, therefore being constituted by...
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