Philosophy professor Greg Pence argues that careful, ethical people can use scientific advances to improve their fates

Max Michael envisions a space for UAB and the community to gather, tap their imaginations, develop new ideas and solve difficult problems.

UAB's new Scanning Electron Microscope, recently purchased with a $550,000 grant from the NSF Major Research Instrumentation Program, magnifies images up to 100,000x

Twenty professors from 17 departments received the 2012 Graduate Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentorship.

Six local women were honored as the UAB Outstanding Women for 2012.

Researchers are working on a drug-delivery method specially designed to target cancer tumors.

Trigg latest from UAB family to be memorialized on the Hill University Center's Wall of Honor.

The new UAB Honors College will unify the processes, structures and branding of the UAB honors programs, making it easier for students to access information.

John Harris and mom Karen spoke to Rajesh Kana’s psychology class recently about their experience with Asperger’s syndrome.

Physical work makes us tired at the end of the day, but what about problem-solving?

Corey Shum, programmer/analyst in mechanical engineering, is October’s Employee of the Month.

Assistant Professor Shahid Mukhtar was part of the first research team to build a plant interactome map.

All species of plants are subject to disease — a fact that can be devastating to an economy, wildlife and humans.

Colleagues describe Deborah Littleton as knowledgeable and innovative in handling problems and as a caring advisor of her students.

UAB is opening a new, state-of-the-art zebrafish research facility.

The UAB family has just a few days left to vote for the UAB Marching Blazers as they vie for a $50,000 grant in the Pepsi Challenge.

The M3 Camp gives students from underserved communities the chance to learn high-level computing.

The UAB Crime REU program is an eight-week NSF program designed for undergraduate students to conduct hands-on research.

A German delegation of science education, business and government officials visited UAB to review the AMSTI program.

UAB’s Children’s Creative Learning Center's summer program for children offers instruction in art, literacy, math and science.

Oil spill research: UAB investigators aim to develop new technologies to monitor the health of animal populations in oceans around the world.

UAB Biomedical Engineering Researcher Xincheng Yao receives $400,000 NSF Career Award for human retina research.

James Coker hopes to find new microorganisms that will dominate in the carbon-rich environments of the Gulf affected by the oil spill.
CORD's community outreach leads to record number of students involved in Central Alabama science fair.

The African American Faculty Association established a scholarship fund in 2006 and now is close to making the endowment dream a reality.

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