An Auburn University-developed disinfectant technology—related to one that had early commercial success as a water purification and filtration product during the 1990s and early 2000s—has advanced to achieve new patent-protected licensing potential in the battle against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
An Auburn University professor has published a study reviewing the commonly held hypothesis—mesophication—that fire exclusion is responsible for reducing the prominence of oak trees across the central and eastern United States.
Melvin K. Smith, the longtime special events coordinator at Auburn University’s Career Center and three-time College of Education graduate, has announced his retirement, effective at the end of January.
Auburn University’s online graduate programs are among the nation’s best, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Online Program rankings released Jan. 26.
Retired Army Gen. Lloyd Austin III, a 1986 alumnus of Auburn University, was confirmed on Friday to serve as the nation’s next secretary of defense.
A recent planting alert from Auburn University’s Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative has received overwhelming positive response, leading to wide-scale implementation of the research among cooperatives throughout the southern United States.
The annual Auburn Research Faculty Symposium—normally held in the fall but postponed this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic—is planned to open Jan. 29 and will be conducted in a virtual format.
Auburn University is implementing an improved structure to strengthen its effectiveness in alumni engagement, philanthropy, communications and marketing.
Auburn University faculty member Sanjiv Kumar in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is leading a research team in connecting forecasts of soil moisture—a key influencer of climate change and a vital component in agriculture productivity and the prediction of flood and drought—through the combined use of big data, artificial intelligence and user interactions.
Kerry Inger wants her students to see the interesting aspects of tax in everyday situations, and especially those that aren’t every day, like how tax laws can affect a baseball caught at a Major League Baseball game.
Auburn University’s Overtoun Jenda, assistant provost for Special Projects and Initiatives and professor of mathematics in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, is featured in the upcoming February issue of the magazine “Notices of the American Mathematical Society.”
Auburn alum Bo Cumbo is dedicated to saving the world – by defeating one rare disease at a time.
An Auburn University faculty member is among a group of experts recognized by a major scientific organization for a groundbreaking book about invasive wild pigs.
A new report released by the Social Science Research Network, an online research repository, has revealed that Jim Barth, the Lowder Eminent Scholar in Finance in Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business, is among the top 1% of almost 7 million researchers whose publications were downloaded during the past 12 months.
A new project co-led by Auburn University researchers addresses previously unexplored questions about the increasing number and distribution of feral swine in Alabama—animals that cause more than $50 million a year in damage to agriculture in the state. The research focuses on measuring the reduction in damage caused by feral swine during the implementation of the Alabama Feral Swine Control Pilot Program, or FSCP.
An eight-day donation drive to benefit nursing homes in the community will kick off this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week activities at Auburn University.
As freshwater supplies become increasingly limited and the world’s population continues to grow, Auburn University College of Agriculture researchers are working on ways to find and utilize alternative water resources for irrigating crops.
Auburn University received on Wednesday its first batch of the Moderna vaccine against COVID-19, with 3,500 doses being delivered and the university immediately initiating a phased approach in administering vaccinations amid the ongoing global pandemic.
For Steven Brown, outreach has become a valued tool that has helped him develop as a leader among educators at Auburn University.
From exploring the viability of new crops such as hemp and grapes to protecting traditional crops such as peanuts and cotton, the Auburn University College of Agriculture’s Production Agriculture Research, or PAR, grants program is working to provide immediate solutions to stakeholder-identified problems in Alabama.
Auburn University’s application deadline for fall 2021 is fast approaching.