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Channel 2 NewsIn-state natural gas pipeline planners with the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. have revised their project. AGDC engineers working on an in-state natural gas pipeline proposal presented Alaska lawmakers with revisions Thursday that could significantly...
NOTICE OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Director of Engineering & IT The Director of Engineering & IT directs the efforts of the engineering department and supports all other departments to ensure achievement of common business goals. Ensure equipment and...
ANCHORAGE, AlaskaIt’s about the size of a clock radio and it sounds like one too but it's what you don't see in these ELTs that may save your life. In the past couple years these Emergency Locator Transmitters have switched from the old 121.5 MHz beacon to the...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program at the University of Alaska Anchorage will receive more than a million dollars from the National Science Foundation. ANSEP was notified this week it is the recipient of the $1.25 million grant. The...
Tags: Students, Education, Science, Engineering, Teaching and Learning
Channel 2 NewsTo fish or not to fish. That has been the big question this summer on the Kenai Peninsula. And the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s new DIDSON sonar system has played a deciding role in that. DIDSON stands for “Dual-frequency...
Channel 2 NewsA Space Shuttle astronaut made an inspiring connection with about 100 Anchorage-area schoolchildren Tuesday. Dr. John Grunsfeld, who in 2009 headed the team of spacewalking astronauts who saved the Hubble Space Telescope, had a new mission during this...
KTUU.comAn engineering firm which plans to base itself in Soldotna claims to have solved a mystery from the ancient world, determining that hollow devices dating back to the Roman Empire are measuring instruments. According to John Ladd, who describes himself as...
Tags: File Sharing, Engineering, Electronics
Channel 2 NewsThe University of Alaska Fairbanks says an engineering company has made a $1.6 million software donation to the school's petroleum engineering department. Petroleum Experts, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, is donating 10 copies of a suite of six programs...
David BauderMobile technology appears to be increasing the public appetite for news but it's far from clear whether the news industry will profit from that, a study issued Monday concluded. The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism, in its...
The Associated PressFederal officials confirm former space shuttle pilot Bill Oefelein was the pilot of a small plane that lost power and crashed last month in rural Alaska. National Transportation Safety Board Alaska regional chief Jim La Belle says an engine check was...
For several hundred people meeting in Anchorage this week, when opportunity knocks, it comes in the form of a government contract. They came from all over the United States, to learn how to utilize a Small Business Administration program aimed at creating...
Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) promoted his new STEM education bill Monday. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math -- fields that Begich says need more students in pursuit of college degrees. Begich talked to the Alaska Society of...
Tags: Anchorage, Alaska, Education, Science, Republican Party
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