Archaeologists, including the UA's Vance Holliday, have uncovered the first evidence that gomphotheres were once hunted in North America.
Since the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory was established in 1960, UA scientists have played a key role in nearly every NASA mission, including the first manned lunar landing.
A UA scientist and his colleagues have found the fossilized remains of a brain that will help answer questions about the evolution of arthropods.
The UA's Fusion Camps provide kids with unique hands-on experiences that explore the creative arts as well as science, technology, engineering and math.
Using bacteria as bait, UA scientists caught wild ocean viruses and learned that the genetic lines between virus types are less blurred than previously thought.
Through blogs, videos, photo essays and other online content, the students and faculty in the UA's Public Political Ecology Lab are sharing political ecology research directly with the public.
The new documentary "Desert Moon" tells the surprising story of the UA’s role in the Apollo 11 mission.
The Fiske Guide to Colleges has again named the UA among schools nationwide with strong support students with learning disabilities.
Multifamily housing is often an affordable option for low-income families in the U.S., but a new UA study finds those families could be spending hundreds of dollars more on utility costs every year due to a lack of energy-efficient housing features in their buildings.
Benjamin Cromey and Travis Sawyer, undergraduates in the UA optical sciences and engineering program, have been named winners of the 2014 Astronaut Scholarship, an award created by members of the Mercury 7 mission.