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In The News: UA and Auburn receive grant to help with safety on Alabama roads

New tonight, safety on Alabama’s highways at the center of a more than $3 million grant. Governor Ivey awarded the funding today to Auburn University, The University of Alabama and the state’s department of public health. We are told the money will be used by the schools to create media… Read more

Sources: NBC 13, NBC (Huntsville), NBC (Montgomery), NBC (Birmingham) , Alabama Political Reporter, Fox 6, CBS 42, ABC (Columbus, Ga.), ABC (Huntsville), NBC (Montgomery), ABC 33/40, WBRC (Birmingham), Business Alabama, WTVY (Dothan)

In The News: When a Tornado Hits Your Home: A New Look at Structures, Survival, and Resilience

Chasing a tornado is one thing. It’s a whole different matter if a tornado is heading toward your home. How do you deal with the threat? And exactly what happens if the tornado actually hits? A new NOAA-funded study will spend the next two years delving into those questions. The… Read more

Sources: Weather Underground

Randall Outstanding Undergrad Research Awards Recognize Innovation

The Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award Program recognizes the best research activity conducted by undergraduate students at The University of Alabama. Read more

In The News: THE EDGE: BRYANT MATHIS ENCOURAGES CONNECTIONS WITH LOCALITY APP

Bryant Mathis, a UA senior majoring in metallurgical engineering, visited the WVUA 23 studio to talk about his experience-based connection app, Locality. Founded in 2019 by four UA students, Locality matches users with others in shared groups who want to do the same thing at the same time. Whether it… Read more

Sources: WVUA (Tuscaloosa)

In The News: Ford, GM invest billions in self-driving cars amid uncertain future

The key question is how to monetize that data and it has industry leaders stumped, according to Bharat Balasubramanian, a former executive at Daimler AG and current professor at the University of Alabama. Read more

Sources: Fox Business, Mondaq, Crowe

In The News: UA to lead study on farming in Deep South

The University of Alabama is set to lead a study on farming in the deep south, specifically irrigation-fed farming. According to The University of Alabama, that practice of farming isn’t as common in our region compared to the rest of the country. The study will focus on the impact of that style… Read more

Sources: NBC 13 (Birmingham), Business Alabama, WVUA