Dr. Michael Steinberg, a University of Alabama associate professor in New College and geography, is conducting a study of the coastal mangrove forests in Cuba’s Zapata Peninsula and the Jardines de la Reina Garden of the Queen Marine Reserve...
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Researchers compared a 1984 study of Brazilians' mate preferences with one conducted in 2014 to see how an increased population and social shifts, like women holding leadership positions, have affected mating psychology and extant cultural values.
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There’s no known cure for the common cold, but receiving multiple tattoos can strengthen your immunological responses, potentially making you heartier in fighting off common infections, according to research by a trio of University of Alabama...
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Dr. Sherwood Burns-Nader, a UA professor in the department of human development and family studies, hopes to get a brief snapshot into the life of a family fighting pediatric cancer through a current study. Burns-Nader is recruiting participants for...
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — More than 1,000 donors participated in a Florida business executive’s challenge to support University of Alabama business students, generating more than $3.6 million for young UA scholars within three months. Hugh Culverhouse...
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Parents looking for holiday gifts that instill character should check out the Transformer toys and DVD. In a study to be printed in the spring of 2016, Dr. Peter Harms says the Transformers franchise provides key lessons about leadership, teams and...
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A method of cleaning drinking water with light is being tested and developed at The University of Alabama with the hope of creating a product available for homes and businesses.
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CrossingPoints to Begin $2.5 Million Expansion of Transition Program for Students with Disabilities on UA Campus
Through a grant from the USDE, CrossingPoints will increase its annual enrollment from 18-20 students to as many as 30, with an increased focus on developing skills for independent living and accessing post-secondary education.
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There are gray areas when trying to classify daily sports fantasy contests as games of skill or luck, but the unique attributes of repetitions and permutations, despite the quick payouts, make fantasy sports games of skill.
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In praise of computer science expansion, professor at University of Alabama says discipline as important to teach as dissecting a frog
16-Sep-2015 2:05 PM EDT
Mass Shooters' Perceptions of Retaliation for Mistreatment by Bosses Are Often Directly Inflamed by Mental Health Issues
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Escape of Dylann Roof, Mass Shooters Extremely Rare; Only One Since 1966 Escaped Eventual Arrest or Death
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Feds send strong message in Ulbricht sentence, but will it deter copycats? Probably not. -- @DLDolliver
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