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UAH lab joins supercomputing effort to find drugs against COVID-19

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – A researcher at The University of Alabama in Huntsville is joining an effort involving the world's fastest supercomputer to screen compounds that could be effective against the pandemic COVID-19 virus. Dr. Jerome Baudry, a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama researchers join global fight against COVID-19 disease

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Scientists and researchers in Alabama are engaged in the global effort to stem threats posed by the COVID-19 disease. Today, Huntsville’s Diatherix announced that it has developed a highly sensitive and specific assay, or test, for the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 respiratory...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Apple CEO kicks off Ed Farm tech education initiative in Birmingham

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Ed Farm, a groundbreaking education program supported by Apple to prepare students and communities for jobs of the future, was launched today in Birmingham. Apple CEO Tim Cook – a native of Alabama and a graduate of Auburn University – was...

Written by Jerry Underwood

High-ranking research programs power UAH aerospace collaborations

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Aerospace engineering researchers at The University of Alabama in Huntsville are modeling how a future U.S. spacecraft might be engineered for nuclear propulsion. They are also studying how reliable rocket engine components can be printed using advanced manufacturing techniques. These two...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Research funding jumps 43 percent at the University of South Alabama

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MOBILE, Alabama – Research funding at the University of South Alabama topped $87 million in 2019, a significant increase from the previous year and the result of an ongoing strategy to raise the institution’s profile across the U.S. and beyond. External grant and contract...

Written by Dawn Azok

How teamwork is helping Shipt deliver

new tech jobs in its Alabama hometown

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Alabama’s AerBetic collects Innovation Award at CES 2020 tech show

Innovation

LAS VEGAS — For a second consecutive year, Birmingham-based AerBetic’s diabetic alert device is making a splash at the world’s premier consumer tech show by collecting an CES Innovation Award at this week’s event. CES’ annual Innovation Awards program celebrates outstanding design across 28 product...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama presence at top high-tech show includes inventions, recruiting push

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LAS VEGAS – CES 2020, the world’s largest consumer technology event, is getting under way today, and Alabama companies are on hand to show off their forward-thinking products and technologies. Vince Perez, a senior project manager at the Alabama Department of Commerce, said the...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Carpenter Technology opens Alabama additive manufacturing center

Innovation

ATHENS, Alabama -- Carpenter Technology Corp. today announced the opening of its newest advanced additive manufacturing (AM) facility and Emerging Technology Center (ETC) at its production campus in Athens. “We have chosen to further invest in North Alabama and continue to grow and develop...

Written by Jerry Underwood

NASA Marshall expands ties with UA to advance in-space manufacturing

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NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville is expanding its partnership with The University of Alabama to collaborate on advanced and in-space manufacturing, a priority in the space agency’s efforts to take American astronauts back to the Moon and beyond. The agreement aims to...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Raytheon’s next-generation Army radar will have Huntsville roots

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Turns out, Alabama’s "Rocket City" knows a lot about radars, too. Huntsville picked up its nickname after serving as the cradle of the nation’s rocket program and hosting NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, a key player in the space program for decades. The North...

Written by Jerry Underwood

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