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The turmeric-based anti-inflammatory TAI-LCx, seen as a possible replacement for NSAIDs, takes another step toward the marketplace.
The moon-orbiting seed of a tree nestled between the Kuiper Space Sciences Building and the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium will be celebrated on Friday.
With the University's 101st edition of Homecoming taking place this weekend, UA sociologist Albert J. Bergesen reflects on the human need to "manufacture sacredness" and engage in long-standing traditions.
A pep rally, tailgating, a parade, a football game, a salute to 100 years of Greek Life: The University's 101st Homecoming this week has something for virtually everyone — and even a virtual version of itself.
With federal agencies supporting efforts to develop better diagnostic tools and vaccines against the respiratory disease, a public education campaign by the UA's Valley Fever Center for Excellence gains momentum.
Tucson's past lives have been uncovered by UA media archaeologist Jennifer Jenkins, who is on a personal mission to restore her "retro curiosities" back to collective memory.
The U.S. and Mexico are "getting a lot more serious" about mining in environmentally sustainable and socially responsible ways, according to UA experts at the launch of the Center for Mexican Studies.
Donato Romagnolo and Ornella Selmin of the UA Cancer Center have been awarded a $1 million grant to study the impact of soy isoflavones intake and risk of breast cancer.
UA-led research suggests that the conflict-troubled region, which includes Somalia, Djibouti and Ethiopia, will receive progressively less rain, possibly exacerbating tensions.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Honors College has partnered with the Cancer Center to raise funds in support of a faculty and student researchers working on a collaborative project.
Asher Baltzell and a team of UA scientists published a paper that illuminates the evolutionary origins of vertebrate dopamine receptors, the gateways to happiness.
By sifting through chunks of meteorite, scientists uncover microscopic pieces of ancient stars still in their original form. From these microscopic relics, scientists can determine the mass and chemical composition of these stars — and even paint a picture of the local galaxy before the birth of the solar system.
The University recently held its first training session in a collaborative project called "High Performance CPR University."
UA researcher Arlie Adkins, a transportation planning expert, and his collaborators found that African-American pedestrians waited longer than whites before drivers yielded. Now they will turn their attention to gender.
While hunting for exoplanets, a first-year UA graduate student and his adviser observed a curious structure that could answer some big questions about outer space.
Sean Rambaran and Tim Ashcraft were chosen as guardians for a group of World War II and Korean War veterans who flew to Washington, D.C., this month to visit military memorials.
UA researchers in the Eller College of Management have found that people with less power place significantly more trust in those with more power than the reverse. Their findings will be published in a forthcoming issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
U.S. News & World Report ranked 750 research-intensive institutions of higher education, and the UA's highest ranking came from its space science program at No. 6.
The founding director of the VIPER Institute, a physician regarded as a pioneer in the treatment of snakebites, has attracted media attention to the high price of antivenom with her research.
Memo to moviegoers: Researchers at the UA's Controlled Environment Agriculture Center, three miles from campus, have a lunar and Martian greenhouse prototype that produces sweet potatoes and strawberries. And it was launched 7 years ago.