Designed to track satellites and other objects in space, it is the first to debut on campus in 20 years.
The UA has received official word from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, marking the final step in a five-year process.
The University's 22nd president, Dr. Robert C. Robbins, meets students, faculty, staff and media in a busy first day on the job.
The tools for analyzing the regolith sample from the OSIRIS-REx mission already are in place on the UA campus.
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Exercise significantly benefits brain structure and function, likely because of how we evolved as physically active hunter-gatherers, according to a new model proposed by UA researchers.
Triple-digit temperatures aren't your friend. If you begin to overheat, you can become dehydrated or your electrolyte balance can be disrupted because you've taken in too much water and not enough salt. The result can be seizures or other problems, Dr. Jaiva Larsen says. With UANews video.
The plane of the solar system is warped in the belt's outer reaches, signaling the presence of an unknown Mars-to-Earth-mass planetary object far beyond Pluto.