Northern Arizona University
Historically, the methods available for measuring phenological changes across ecosystems have been less than ideal
Christopher Edwards, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, along with his students and postdocs, will use this facility to collaborate with scientists from throughout the country, as well as engineers and rover operators at JPL
Although agricultural improvements have boosted food production in the past 50 years, drought and salinization threaten more than half of the planet’s arable land
“Our findings are a bit of a course correction for the scientific community, but this is how the scientific process works; it’s a normal part of the ongoing debate," researcher explains
Funding will help develop an unmanned aerial vehicle to find animals in the wild that are carrying tiny transmitting tags
Estimates put the amount of carbon stored in soils of the permafrost region to be almost twice the amount present in the atmosphere
If you ask John Tester about Northern Arizona University’s technological strides during the past few years, be prepared for a long answer. In addition to teaching classes, the associate professor of mechanical engineering heads up the university’s RAPIDLab, home to 3D printers and other machines used to turn research ideas into prototypes.