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Researchers at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and College of Engineering will lead a firefighter safety study in partnership with the Tucson Fire Department, intended to reduce cancer risks among first responders and investigators.
Children at a Tucson elementary school have made an emotional connection to learning and discovery, aided by a grant from the UA's Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice.
Those Homecoming togas on Wilbur and Wilma Wildcat represent Chris Gall's salute to the 100th anniversary of Greek Life on the UA campus.
Over the next five months, the spacecraft will be subjected to a range of rigorous tests that simulate the asteroid mission's harsh environmental conditions.
After performing one of José Limón's acclaimed masterworks by invitation in New York City, male UA dancers are reprising the silent piece as part of the season-opening "Premium Blend" at the Stevie Eller Dance Theatre.
Scientists are searching for better semiconductors, finding promise in a unique class of materials known as transition metal dichalcogenides, or TMDs.
A new, interactive exhibit at Flandrau explores math from every angle.
The geosciences capstone field course Accessible Earth, the first of its kind, will provide research experience in Orvieto, Italy, for students of all physical abilities.
The program is offered by the College of Law and Native Nations Institute.
The UA's BIO5 Institute and iPlant Collaborative team up on Software Carpentry workshops, offering instruction to researchers, students and educators across Arizona.
Jessica Tierney, a paleoclimatologist who uses the Earth's history to gain perspective on past and future climate change, will receive a grant of $875,000 over five years to apply to her research.
A dual-enrollment program at the UA, in its fourth year, has received a boost and will be able to offer an additional 60 grants in the spring.
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.