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Repeated satellite observations have firmly established that glaciers are shrinking globally, and the foremost cause is global warming.
Wireless transmissions are highly vulnerable to eavesdropping because they typically broadcast in all directions. But UA researchers are devising ingenious ways to create signature-free transmissions.
The UA Alumni Association has launched a fundraising campaign to establish an endowment in honor of Stella and Marvin "Swede" Johnson, who made significant contributions to building the UA's alumni network.
Over the past few years, astronomers have found an amazing diversity in the architecture of exoplanetary systems, as well as the planets themselves.
Philanthropists I. Michael and Beth Kasser have committed a $1 gift to Arizona Athletics through Arizona NOW, the UA's comprehensive campaign, which already has surpassed the $1 billion mark.
UA astronomers will present their discoveries at the largest convention of planetary scientists in the world, held Nov. 9-14 in Tucson.
Tucson architect Corky Poster expected to hear plenty of opinions on Old Main's restoration — and did. He still managed to bring it all together.
Relief appears to be on the way for those with fair skin who experience pain, swelling, burning and scarring of sun-exposed areas.
A new UA degree in general studies will be offered at Paradise Valley Community College, representing an important extension of the University's reach.
The UA and its partners want to make it easier for businesses to develop interns in the STEM fields — and give interns an incentive to remain in Tucson after they graduate.
Taking cues from "Star Trek" technology, a UA computer scientist has developed a "Swiss Army knife for science," and his creation is a finalist in a global competition.
UA language specialists Jaime Fatás-Cabeza, Lizbeth Feria and Leonardo Vega are being honored by the city of Tucson for translating official city webpages into Spanish.
A UA student chapter earned the 2014 SACNAS Role Model Award for Outstanding Native American Outreach.
For more information about the Never Settle plan and what the University is doing to realize the plan's goals, go to neversettle.arizona.edu.
The United Kingdom Infrared Telescope, considered one of the world’s leading astronomical observatories, is entering a new phase of operations under the UA and the University of Hawaii.
Facility that occupies 165 acres of land at the UA Tech Park in southeastern Tucson had 10 participants in its first phase.