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Anan Bear Observation Project Underway

Anan Wildlife Observatory is a place where visitors can experience a natural phenomenon when every year bears pluck running salmon out of Anan Creek. While entertaining, the observatory is an important location for ongoing T3 Alaska research. The project aims…

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Siemens’ Partnership

This project aimed to promote innovative thinking and improve a collaborative workspace where teams from various disciplines can collaborate, learn from one another, and spark fresh ideas. Thanks to the Empower grant, The University of Alaska Fairbanks' (UAF) CEM /…

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T3 partner ACEP hosts students tour of Cordova energy lab.

Cordova – Orca Adventure Lodge

Seven students from Bethel, Sitka, Seward, and Wrangell flew into Cordova, Alaska for the latest Teaching Through Technology (T3) event. Joined by three new T3 members from Cordova, the students explored the town, toured the Cordova Electric Cooperative diesel plant,…

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Student in Makerspace

UAF Makerspace showcases innovative students

UAF News, May 2021 UAF Makerspace showcases innovative students A new makerspace at UAF, that opened its doors in March 2021 during the pandemic, is the product of a partnership between Alaska Upward Bound, Alaska Center for Energy and Power,…

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Drone controller

Bethel Upward Bound Club Drone Fest takes flight

KDLG Bethel Upward Bound Club Drone Fest takes flight The club partnered with Yukon-Kushokwim Health Corporation to pilot a drone delivery and pickup. Leadership believe that ​​drones could be critical in resolving some supply chain issues in the state.

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Haruko Wainwrigh, MIT

Helping the cause of environmental resilience 

MIT News on Campus and Around the World Helping the cause of environmental resilience  Assistant professor of nuclear science and engineering Haruko Wainwright believes environmental monitoring can empower citizens to make informed decisions about their energy and environment. In a…

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