Cooperative Extension is celebrating 100 years of service to agriculture, business, community and, in turn, Arizona's economy.
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 chili pepper is used in cuisines worldwide, but it was born in what is now Mexico, a UA researcher has discovered.
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.
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.
Diana Liverman, co-director of the UA’s Institute of the Environment, has received a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship to help identify solutions that alleviate poverty and reduce emissions.
The discovery of an unknown cellular pathway has helped scientists and physicians better understand end-stage liver disease and offers a potential target for new therapeutics that could slow or even reverse the disease’s progression.
Southern Arizona's Pascua Yaqui tribe is one of three tribes selected for a pilot project in which they will be allowed to prosecute non-Indians facing charges of domestic violence against Natives.