TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama partnered with several state agencies to launch a digital platform and on-demand learning program designed to offer essential education and training to physicians and healthcare professionals. VitAL On-Demand signifies a milestone in standardizing content delivery and promoting professional development for healthcare professionals across Alabama. “Through our partnership with the state of Alabama and other key agencies in developing VitAL On-Demand, providers will be equipped with the knowledge they need to excel in their […]
Researchers at The University of Alabama are part of an international group of over 350 scientists who produced an image of the Milky Way using neutrinos, tiny, ghostlike astronomical messengers, through the IceCube Neutrino Observatory buried deep in the ice of Antarctica.
Research on climate change mitigation led by The University of Alabama has real-world implications as representatives from across the globe will gather later this year at the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP28.
Dr. William Dressler, professor emeritus at The University of Alabama, was recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the most prestigious honors in science.
A project by researchers at The University of Alabama to digitally display and preserve the work and stories of Joe Minter, a well-regarded Birmingham artist, has launched, drawing international attention.
Through global-scale seismic imaging of Earth’s interior, research led by The University of Alabama revealed a layer between the core and the mantle that is likely a dense, yet thin, sunk ocean floor, according to results published in Science Advances.
Desktop News | April 2023 Dr. Susan White, a professor and Doddridge Saxon Chair in Clinical Psychology at The University of Alabama, is a Principal Investigator on a research project who has been awarded a $4 million grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). The grant will fund a study aimed at testing the effectiveness of a psychosocial treatment designed to target emotion dysregulation in autistic adolescents and adults. The study will compare this treatment against a well-established transdiagnostic […]
Desktop News | March 2023 A team of scientists from the Kocot lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at The University of Alabama will be embarking on an exciting journey to the Eastern Antarctic from March 7 – May 4, 2023. The expedition, funded by the National Science Foundation, is aimed at documenting and describing the region’s invertebrate animal biodiversity and studying their evolutionary history. “Most of the participants on this cruise are students or postdocs and for most, […]
Using NASA’s flagship space telescope for X-ray astronomy, students at The University of Alabama discovered the first evidence for giant black holes in dwarf galaxies on a collision course, according to findings published recently.
Several projects are lining up to take advantage of the capabilities offered by a recently installed MRI, helping UA researchers gain a deeper understanding of how the human brain works.