Dr. Leslie Boyer, renowned for her expertise on venomous creatures, is alarmed by the high cost of treatment.
New film raises the issue of food growth, and the UA’s lunar greenhouse can produce sweet potatoes and strawberries.
New research from the UA’s Eller College of Management arrives at some surprising findings.
A former UA undergraduate discovers the strongest evidence yet, using HiRISE images from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
UA engineering and biomedical researchers are working on an app intended to raise awareness among athletes.
In 30 years in academia, Albrecht Classen has published roughly 80 books, and his latest is a three-volume compilation of articles about the Middle Ages.
U.S. News & World Report releases its second ranking of 750 higher-education institutions across nearly 60 countries.
In response to growing concerns that global changes in the climate are projected to have more severe and damaging effects, the UA has signed a commitment to reduce carbon waste and help drive environmental vitality.