UAF widely involved in Arctic research
Mark Myers, vice chancellor for research, reviews areas where university doing work, importance of Alaska as only Arctic US state
For Petroleum News
If Mark Myers sounds bullish on Alaska’s role in Arctic research and development, well he is.
The vice chancellor for research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks says the university’s unheralded research and partnerships with other universities, government agencies and oil companies are hitting....
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