December 18, 2018
U of A students made the grade this year with literary genius, entrepreneurial savvy, impassioned activism, inspiring resilience and more.
The humble seed-bearers are as important to religious traditions as they are to forests, say U of A experts.
The celebration of Jesus’ birth was added on in the ninth century to existing new year rites.
December 17, 2018
U of A scientists find a new application for an existing drug, with potential to slow progression of the devastating degenerative disease.
New findings from U of A researchers may improve understanding of fatal, incurable disease affecting wild deer.
A fragmented media landscape and consumers’ desire to buy items that represent their values has led to a shift away from the big brands, according to U of A expert.
December 14, 2018
Musician and ethnomusicologist Kat Danser also uses her considerable expertise to help black musicians in the American South protect the rights to their own music.
December 13, 2018
Unique combination of events caused icequakes that damaged homes and properties last New Year’s Day.
U of A physicists design atomic-scale circuits that could help next-generation computers run 100 times faster or use 100 times less energy.
Dance, med school and community work in Africa taught latest U of A Rhodes Scholar value of understanding “how people experience life, illness and the world.”