The UA-led asteroid sample return mission successfully passed NASA's Mission Critical Design Review, allowing the endeavor to proceed from the planning and design to construction.
The UA has launched the largest fundraising campaign in its history, with a goal of raising $1.5 billion over the next several years.
UANews takes you on a scuba dive in the Biosphere 2 ocean, slated to become a living lab modeled after the Gulf of California, thriving with research and education opportunities.
Active Flow Control, a technology developed by UA engineering professor Israel Wygnanski, could forever change the look of aircraft.
New technology capable of sending high-intensity laser beams through the atmosphere much farther than was possible before could one day be used to guide lightning away from buildings.
With more than 175,000 specimens, including many that are now extinct, the UA fish collection is a critical tool for ecologic study. Collected primarily from Arizona rivers and lakes, the data and specimens shed light on distribution of species in the past, which can help with conservation and reintroduction of endangered species in the future.
The UA's new VETS Center at the Arizona Health Sciences Center will provide convenient access to resources while helping military veterans transition into the higher education setting.
The changing face of retail – and the growing convergence of the digital and physical shopping experiences – was a major focus at the 18th annual Global Retailing Conference. More than 300 people from across the U.S. and the world attended the event to network and exchange ideas about the ever-evolving retail industry.