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A group of faculty and students from The University of Alabama pose for a photo in front of a backdrop for the Battery Workforce Challenge.

UA Students to Compete in National EV Battery Challenge

UA students will design, build, test and integrate an advanced battery pack into a commercial electric vehicle.

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Meet Finalists for Vice President for Research, Economic Development

The finalists for the vice president for research and economic development position will be on campus starting Nov. 6.

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Coral Researchers Testing New Restoration Technology

The projects led by UA will aid coral restoration practices across the globe.

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UA Leading Project to Give EV Batteries Second Life

With $4 million in federal support, UA is leading research to develop and demonstrate ways to use older EV batteries.

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State Business Leaders Still Wary of U.S. Economy

The latest Alabama Business Confidence Index decreased slightly, indicating expectations for a mild drop-off from last quarter’s economic performance.

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Project Advancing Tools To Remotely Monitor Water Quality

Satellite observations and remote-sensing drones could save time and cost in monitoring reservoirs.

Game-changer: Project Compiles 200 Years of Conflict Data

Game-changer: Project Compiles 200 Years of Conflict Data

Research led by UA to describe and categorize over 30,000 international events is a gold mine for research.

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Black Belt Students Learn Water Research, Treatment

UA and the Alabama Water Institute are partnering to educate students about water research in their community.

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VitAL Part of New Effort for Suicide Prevention

UA’s VitAL program and the state received federal support to implement Project Zero Suicide in Alabama.

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UA Expands Behavioral Health Services for Rural Alabama Youth

Federal funding boosts behavioral health and substance use services to youth in West Alabama.