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A UA professor's implantable oxygen generator has the potential to reverse Type 1 diabetes in some patients, and he and his collaborators have been awarded $3 million in grants and contracts.
In response to the financial crash in 2008, the UA designed and launched Scholarship Universe to match students with funding opportunities. The program has been named a Models of Excellence honoree by University Business magazine.
Joe Valacich, a UA Eller College of Management professor, presented his developing technology for identifying suspicious behaviors to a Congressional Committee on Homeland Security.
Tech Launch Arizona saw another record year with more than 200 invention disclosures, the formation of 12 startup licensee companies and more than $2.1 million in revenue from royalties and patent reimbursements for intellectual property at the UA.
Dr. Dan Derksen, director of the Center for Rural Health at the UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, will provide a testimony about the disparities created in rural areas by Medicare regulations and payment.
UA geoscientist William R. Dickinson, 83, integrated the fields of plate tectonics and sedimentology and helped trace the migration of humans through the Pacific. He died in his sleep on July 21 while on an archeological field trip in Nuku'alofa, Tonga.
The UA College of Optical Sciences is part of a national public-private partnership set to receive $110 million in federal funding to revolutionize Internet communication, with other benefits expected to impact multiple commercial technology sectors.
Local high school teacher Alex Ruff is partnering with UA anthropologists and taking what he learns back to students in his forensic science classes.
The UA's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering provides an opportunity for experiential learning, which is expected to become the norm in career preparation for young engineers.
The UA-headquartered iPlant Collaborative is ready to handle the projected rise in genomic information, turning raw data into scientific breakthroughs.
In the latest U.S. News rankings, the hospital is the best in the Tucson metropolitan area and No. 3 in Arizona behind the Mayo Clinic and Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix.
The program supports community-based projects designed to expand access to life-saving interventions for heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest.
The Center for World University Rankings used quantitative measures to assess the quality of education, the prestige of faculty members and the quality of faculty research.
Dr. David G. Armstrong says it's only a matter of time before malicious medical-device hacking becomes a big issue, and he is working on strategies to keep patients and companies safe.
This month's overseas trip by a University delegation, focused on parallel asteroid-sample missions and more, provides another example of how the UA has extended its international reach.
The UA mainstay becomes the oldest building in Arizona to receive LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for cost savings and positive environmental impact.
Carrying out its land-grant mission, Cooperative Extension teaches thinning practices to northern Arizona landowners in a strategy to grow healthier trees and prevent forest fires.
A long-standing chemistry puzzle is solved, with potential implications ranging from industrial processes to atmospheric chemistry.
UA researcher Veronica Bray, whose little-girl aspirations became reality, will try to unravel the mysteries of the dwarf planet as part of NASA's New Horizons mission. Today's flyby will yield the first-ever close-up images.
A spectrometer that will help the OSIRIS-REx mission team select a suitable sampling site on the asteroid Bennu has arrived at Lockheed Martin's spacecraft assembly facility, ready to be integrated into the nascent spacecraft.