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Co-developed by the UA's Moe Momayez, product is the result of an effort to find ways to conserve water in mining tailings (remediation) ponds.
UA researchers have uncovered a novel molecular defect in a fruit fly model of ALS bearing a strong similarity to defects found in humans. The discovery may help explain the mechanisms underlying the devastating disease.
Students and members of the public are invited to get a glimpse inside the appellate court system when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit hears arguments on the UA campus next week.
Some would say no one cherished being a Wildcat more than the late Jeffrey Plevan did, and his parents have honored his memory by funding a lecture series and professorship at the UA.
Overly optimistic assumptions about transgenic crops that produce two or more Bt toxins active against the same pest can lead to inadequate strategies for delaying evolution of pest resistance, UA researchers caution in Nature Biotechnology.
What is life? How do we recognize it? Seven upcoming talks are free and will be held at Centennial Hall on the UA campus from Jan. 26 through March 9.
Star’s proximity means it is bright enough for astronomers to study the planets’ atmospheres, to determine whether they are like Earth’s atmosphere and conducive to life.
The long-lost Mars lander Beagle 2 has been discovered in images taken with the UA-led High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
The UA Steele Children’s Research Center has received $2 million from the Centers for Disease Control to continue identifying children who have autism spectrum disorders, becoming one of 10 sites in the U.S. supported during the current grant cycle.
Child sufferers of ulcerative colitis stand to benefit from the work of an interdisciplinary UA team assisted by Tech Launch Arizona.
Bringing science to the plate, the Department of Nutritional Sciences will tout the benefits of the globally popular Mediterranean diet with a series of events kicking off on Jan. 28.
A donation by the Fox family to the School of Music honors centenarian Fred Fox, a master teacher and legendary horn player who has coached the school's distinguished wind quintet.
Like galactic storm chasers, UA astronomers are leading an effort to discover how clouds and weather systems change on other worlds.
Student-oriented initiatives and programs, aligned with statewide and national priorities, are part of a movement to improve U.S. economic growth and international competitiveness.
An American free press began in France with thinkers who were "the genesis of our liberties," David Cuillier says, reflecting on Charlie Hebdo.
In addition to being an important showcase for student research in the biological sciences, the event will include hands-on science activities and networking opportunities.
A Silicon Valley startup helps companies make data-informed decisions, all without the need for heavy expertise in information technology.
The Eller College of Management, which launched its online M.B.A. program in September 2013, saw its first graduating class walk last month and is already ranked 29th.
Hundreds are expected to attend the Black Life Matters Conference, which will address violence against African-Americans and focus on six major themes.
Two new efforts, each emphasizing community engagement and sustainability, have been launched as the result of an unusual collaborative event.