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University of North Dakota President Andy Armacost and United States Space Force General John W Raymond sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Monday, Aug 9, 2021 in Robin Hall in Grand Forks, N.D.

UND becomes first university in new U.S. Space Force program

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Gen. John Raymond and UND President Andrew Armacost sign historic agreement

Grant Tomkinson (left). professor in the Department of Education, Health & Behavior Studies at UND, and Ryan McGrath, assistant professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences at North Dakota State University, have collaborated for years on a variety of sports medicine and kinesiology research projects. Photo of Ryan McGrath is courtesy of NDSU.

Research partnerships transcend UND-NDSU sports rivalry

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Kinesiologists at North Dakota’s two largest universities find synergies in collaborating on, publishing research

NDIC members in the Drilling and Completions Lab. Photo by Patrick C. Miller/UND today.

Welcome to the world’s largest oil drilling simulator

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North Dakota’s top officials visit UND’s one-of-a-kind research & training facility

The goal: ‘Golden arrow’ vaccines

The goal: ‘Golden arrow’ vaccines

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Biomedical Sciences researchers at UND help develop vaccines for  bacterial pneumonia, COVID-19

Surveying, then serving urban Native Elders

Surveying, then serving urban Native Elders

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New assessment of urban American Indian/Alaska Native Elders dives deep into what they need to be healthy

Safeguarding northern border against ‘low and slow’ aircraft

Safeguarding northern border against ‘low and slow’ aircraft

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UND, Northern Plains UAS Test Site help U.S. government test air security tools for border enforcement

National conference spotlights UND’s rural-health leadership

National conference spotlights UND’s rural-health leadership

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Conference features Cabinet-level speaker, draws on UND’s reputation as center for rural health training, information and ideas

A slow but steady history: Gay rights at UND arcs toward justice

A slow but steady history: Gay rights at UND arcs toward justice

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Jeff Maliskey’s dissertation will explore that history, from Thom Higgins in the 1960s to the 10 Percent Society in the 1980s and beyond

The eight-story-tall radar at the Cavalier Air Force Station operated by the U.S. Space Force's 10th Space Warning Squadron can track hundreds of objects in space. U.S. Air Force photo.

At Space Force facility in N.D., UND and Space Force talk partnership

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Discussions bode well for UND’s participation in Space Force’s University Partnership Program, leaders say

Materials magic

Materials magic

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Deniz Cakir to study ‘ceramic-like, metal-like’ materials over three years through U.S. Department of Defense research program

Building UND’s digital storehouse of North Dakota history

Building UND’s digital storehouse of North Dakota history

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By uploading documents such as the ‘Wild Bill’ Langer Papers to UND’s Scholarly Commons, Digital Humanities students make history available to the world

YouTube screenshot.

Student researchers map North Dakota’s pandemics

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Year of work on North Dakota Digital Atlas examined contagions past and present

UND archival image.

UND awarded NSF ADVANCE grant

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Institutional self-assessment over two years will help UND identify, address inequities among STEM faculty

A loving hand

A loving hand

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UND student engineers use microcontrollers, 3D-printed parts to create biomechanical prosthetic for local man

Frank Xiao (middle) poses for a photo with two of his PhD students, Pavan Challa Sasi and Ali Alinezhad. Photo courtesy of Frank Xiao.

A CAREER move

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UND’s Frank Xiao earns prestigious $500,000 NSF award for quest to mitigate effects of harmful manmade chemicals