Science & Engineering
A valuable opportunity to learn more about career possibilities, summer internships or to simply network with prospective employers is available to University of Kansas students at the Spring Engineering and Computing Career Fair.
Tue, 02/05/2013 — A valuable opportunity to learn more about career possibilities, summer internships or to simply network with prospective employers is available to University of Kansas students at the Spring Engineering and Computing Career Fair. It runs from...

KU is one of 10 finalists in the Biophysical Society’s Art of Science Image Contest
Tue, 02/05/2013 — An image from a research project from the University of Kansas School of Engineering is on display at a competition designed to showcase the artistic side of engineering.  KU is one of 10 finalists in the Biophysical Society’s Art of Science...

Fri, 02/01/2013 — Junk-Drawer Robotics and Balloon-Powered Cars are among the sessions planned for the Kansas City Metro Afterschool Alliance Conference, which will be 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at Kansas State University-Olathe. The Kansas...

Thu, 01/31/2013 — Botany collections, genetics, Alfred Hitchcock and the science of small are among the subjects to be explored through spring semester events planned by the KU Natural History Museum. The events begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 3, with a...

Cerrado region
Wed, 01/30/2013 —  Remote-sensing techniques first honed to track agricultural production and land-cover changes in America’s heartland now are enabling scientists and policymakers to grasp ecological degradation under way in the Cerrado, the second-largest...

Thu, 01/24/2013 — A collection of breakthrough discoveries that provide new details on changes in the Earth’s climate from more than 100,000 years ago — made possible in part by a team of researchers from the University of Kansas — is featured in the most...

Thu, 01/24/2013 — Limestone used for fence posts, sediment washed off the Rocky Mountains millions of year ago and hundreds of natural, intermittent playa lakes of uncertain origin are among the geologic attributes featured on a new full-color map of Hodgeman...

William Marshall, a 2012 graduate from the University of Kansas School of Engineering, drives a parallel hybrid go-kart he helped design as part of his work with the KU EcoHawks.
Thu, 01/24/2013 — A parallel hybrid go-kart, designed during the spring 2012 semester by the University of Kansas School of Engineering EcoHawks, will be given to a local high school Friday, Jan. 25, in an effort to showcase the possibilities that exist in...

Lynn Watney
Tue, 01/22/2013 — Lynn Watney of the Kansas Geological Survey, based at the University of Kansas, has been recognized for contributions to the geological sciences and Kansas by the state’s pre-eminent geological society. ...

Rendering of the planned EcoHawks research and teaching facility.
Fri, 01/18/2013 — Early in January a group of University of Kansas architecture students started the foundations of a new research and teaching facility for EcoHawks, a KU School of Engineering student research program, on KU's West Campus. EcoHawks focuses on...

Fri, 01/18/2013 — Fifty-eight University of Kansas students will work on research projects funded by the Undergraduate Research Award program this semester. “The Undergraduate Research Award, or UGRA, program has been around KU for over 20 years,” said John...

Planet Earth from space
Fri, 01/11/2013 — A grim hazard of climate change is that “positive feedbacks” will augment the warming induced by human activities. One such a positive feedback loop that could spiral out of control lies directly underfoot. When microorganisms in the soil...

Stars at night
Tue, 01/08/2013 — A researcher at the University of Kansas is playing an important role in BigBOSS, a huge new plan to grasp why the expansion of the universe is accelerating rather than slowing down. This mystery of physics is due to little-understood “dark...

Grasslands
Tue, 12/18/2012 — When people gaze out upon the world's grasslands, they may not be impressed at what they see. Yet, those ecosystems form a foundation for nearly all of Earth's life and have been compromised and destroyed at alarming rates. A University of...

An irrigation system
Tue, 12/18/2012 — In early January, crews from the Kansas Geological Survey, based at the University of Kansas, will be in western Kansas measuring groundwater levels in more than 500 wells to help determine trends in the region's aquifers. The crews will start...

Two scientists working together
Mon, 12/17/2012 — The world’s foremost biomedical funding agency has announced a series of new initiatives in response to a study that found race-based discrepancies in research awards. The National Institutes of Health has unveiled plans to address diversity...

Tau protein model
Thu, 12/13/2012 — Alzheimer's disease, the devastating condition that leads to dementia and eventual death, has long baffled researchers with its complexity. One hallmark of the disease involves a deformed protein called tau that spreads from brain cell to brain...

Wed, 10/24/2012 — In its ongoing effort to produce additional high-quality engineers to meet industry demands and boost the state and national economy, the University of Kansas School of Engineering will hold a formal groundbreaking this fall on new engineering...


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