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Researchers assess productivity limits of conservation agriculture

A recent analysis suggests that no-till farming is restricting rather than enhancing global crop production. Continue reading

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NAU joins elite group of residency programs in neurologic physical therapy

Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year. Continue reading

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Unique guano innovation gives straight poop on bat populations

NAU researchers developed a system using guano to identify bat species. Continue reading

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Academic programs honored for excellence in curriculum and assessment

Academic programs will be honored for their efforts to assess student learning. Continue reading

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NAU is highlighted during Domestic Violence Awareness Month

NAU's Family Violence Institute works with officials in 45 states, reviewing domestic homicides. Continue reading

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NAU launches dual degree program with Chinese university

Students will take three years of coursework in China at the Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications and spend the final year at NAU's Flagstaff campus to earn a dual degree in electrical engineering. Continue reading

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TGen, NAU announce patent for new pandemic flu test

The Translational Genomics Research Institute and Northern Arizona University have been awarded a patent for a test that can detect—and assist in the treatment of—the H1N1 pandemic flu strain. Continue reading

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VMware gift supports computer science education

The VMware Foundation has committed to a significant investment in students pursuing degrees in computer science in honor of alumnus Martin Casado. Continue reading

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Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention earns five-year, $13 million renewal

The renewal provides funding to continue addressing cancer disparities among Native Americans through research, training and outreach programs. Continue reading

Paul Keim works under the biosafety cabinet in his Northern Arizona University lab.

Flinn Foundation grant to support NAU health partnership

The Flinn Foundation has awarded a grant to NAU for research on infectious diseases. Continue reading

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physical therapy students in lab NAU joins elite group of residency programs in neurologic physical therapy
Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year.
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The Translational Genomics Research Institute and Northern Arizona University have been awarded a patent for a test that can detect—and assist in the treatment of—the H1N1 pandemic flu strain.
NACPlogobig Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention earns five-year, $13 million renewal
The renewal provides funding to continue addressing cancer disparities among Native Americans through research, training and outreach programs.