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    High-Performance Computing Cluster ‘Monsoon’ to Boost NAU’s Research Capacity Featured Story | 3/31/2014

    The Office of the Vice President for Research has announced the availability of a new high-performance computing cluster to the NAU research community. Named Monsoon, the...

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    Darrell Kaufman: Taking the Long View of Climate ChangeResearch Profiles | 3/25/2014

    Regents’ ProfessorSchool of Earth Sciences and Environmental SustainabilityDirector, NAU Amino Acid Geochronology LaboratoryCo-editor, Quaternary GeochronologyDarrell...

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    SciVal Experts: Finding Research Expertise Across Arizona’s Higher Education ExpertiseResearch News | 3/21/2014

    The Arizona research community now has access to SciVal Experts, an online research database that is expected to facilitate collaboration across the three public Arizona...

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    NAU Biologist Confirms There Are Microorganisms Native to AntarcticaFeatured Story | 3/18/2014

    Imagine being able to hold an entire ecosystem in the palm of your hand. There are only a small number of places on Earth where this is possible—Antarctica is one of...

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    NAU Faculty Members Publish Book on Overlooked Values in Water ManagementResearch News | 3/17/2014

    Kira Artemis Russo, NAU instructor in the School of Communication, and Zachary Smith, NAU Regents’ Professor of Politics and International Affairs, recently published What...

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    Energy Harvesting Merges Engineering and BiologyFeatured Story | 2/13/2014

    A bird flapping its wings or a fish’s deep dive may be pictures of nature in action, but in their elegant simplicity Michael Shafer sees the complex challenges of merging...

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    Research Shows Microbes Are Savvy TradersResearch News | 1/16/2014

    A closer look at microbes reveals there is big business going on in their very small world, and sometimes we are part of the transaction.An international team of...

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    Humans Could Be Contributing to Rabies OutbreaksFeatured Story | 1/13/2014

    People in urban areas are creating conditions for skunks to live in close proximity to one another, leading to more interaction not only with themselves and other...

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    NAU Scientists Research How to Stop White Nose SydromeResearch Video | 1/8/2014

    Battling White Nose Syndrome...

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    How Salamanders Become AirborneResearch News | 1/8/2014

    By Elizabeth Pennisi, staff writer for ScienceSalamanders aren't known for their power thighs. Yet some can put the best basketball players to shame, leaping six to...

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