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A methodology co-developed by a UA economist shows that nearer-term climate change could raise the average rate of economic growth in more affluent countries, while reducing the growth rate in poorer countries.
Glaucoma is the world's leading cause of blindness, and EPVSensors is looking to use technology developed at the UA to generate better detection and treatment methods.
The Institute for Career Readiness and Engagement was created to connect students to employers and experiences. Its signature program, Industry Treks, helps make introductions.
Thanks to 3-D printing, there's a revolution in the ways that engineers think about and make highly complicated devices, with applications ranging from wireless communication to air traffic control to earthquake-proof buildings.
The University of Arizona Cancer Center at St. Joseph’s Hospital is one of the most forward-looking hospitals in the nation.
Numerous UA researchers have expertise related to the abandoned mine spill in Colorado.
An international team of scientists, including the UA's Travis Barman and Katie Morzinski, has discovered a new exoplanet using the latest planet-hunting tool, the Gemini Planet Imager.
A UA-led research team was awarded $2.5 million from the National Science Foundation's Plant Genome Research Program to use the iPlant Collaborative’s big data management tools to unravel the secrets of little-understood lncRNA molecules.
Urban planning professor Gary Pivo of the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will serve as deputy director of the national Urban Water Innovation Network.
Building on the UA's heritage and expertise in spaceflight hardware, the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory has produced three cameras that are ready to install on the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft.
The UANews Student Columnist initiative comes to a close, with four University students having discovered the transformative benefits of internships and training.
Two of the companies, Edible Optics and AgentSage, were begun by current or former UA students, and a third features technology invented by a UA professor. The Arizona Center for Innovation is at the UA Tech Park.
New analyses of vertebrate groups performed by UA evolutionary biologist John Wiens may help explain biodiversity patterns throughout the animal kingdom.
Tucson has approved an intergovernmental agreement with the UA student-run Compost Cats, formalizing a plan to offer citywide composting services.
The UA is hosting a panel of experts who will discuss the continuing Ebola epidemic.
Curriculum is expected to include specialty courses on the intellectual property of mining, water law, multinational taxation, and mining workplace safety and legal responsibility.
Four UA alumni working for a law firm in Seattle provided donations to establish the award, which has been given to law student Francisco Olea, a member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.
In the annual guide to nearly 400 schools, the University is rated highly for campus sustainability or "green" initiatives, quality of life, and entrepreneurial programs.
UA planetary scientist Shane Byrne was selected by NASA to study ice formation processes on the dwarf planet Ceres, a mysterious world believed to hold clues about how the planets formed.
A collaborative agreement with AFRL New Mexico in Albuquerque is expected to improve career opportunities for students and provide access to specialized test facilities.