UAF ranks in the top 150 of nearly 700 US institutions that conduct research. Policymakers, government officials and industry leaders rely on data-driven information provided by America's Arctic University. Our resident researchers are positioned to be the best competitors for state and federal resources to solve critical research needs.
Our research facilities are best poised to identify, understand, and communicate the challenges faced by our state's economy, industries, and natural environment.
UAF research units integrate with academics and are renowned worldwide, notably arctic biology, arctic engineering, geophysics, supercomputing and Alaska Native studies.
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