NAU researcher Christopher Mann has developed a technology that can match guns used at different crime scenes. Photo: Monica Saaty, NAU Idea Lab
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Tiny nanorobots may be the next big breakthrough in fighting cancer.
If you ask John Tester about NAU’s technological strides during the past few years, be prepared f
Bats are considered an indicator species of habitat health. Two NAU researchers are evaluating bat populations, including the Arizona Myotis (shown here), following the Wallow Fire in eastern Arizona.
Bats are considered an indicator species of habitat health.
Mae Horseman is a former Navajo Nation judge, who now serves on the local government of the Nahata Dziil Chapter in the New Lands. She says relocation was hardest on elderly Navajos like her mother because most had never lived in another place. – Photo by Amanda Ray
In 1974, Congress settled a 16-year lawsuit between the Navajo and Hopi nations over which tr
Through the Lens
Faces of Research
John Georgas joined the faculty of Northern Arizona University (NAU) in 2008 when he realized that a university with an even balance of research and teaching “proved to be very hard to find. NAU is unique in that sense,” he said, adding, “I am always surrounded by very smart colleagues and students. It’s a great working environment, with a diversity of... read more