Touching tarantulas and cradling cockroaches? Those are just a few of the ways that UA entomologists share their love for bugs.
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.
Nearly three dozen engineering exchange students from Mexico created robots to compete in the RoboCup Junior soccer championship at the UA.
The UA and three partner institutions have been given $2.4 million to support efforts aimed at increasing Native American and Alaska Native grad students in STEM fields.
The size and age of plants have more of an impact on their growth than temperature and precipitation, according to a landmark UA study.
With six seniors recognized as Pac-12 Scholar-Athletes for 2013-2014, the UA tied with Stanford and broke a school record.
By allowing schools to stock albuterol and administer it to students who have asthma but who have not brought personal inhalers to school with them, the program is expected to reduce asthma-related absences.
It's normal for people to experience trouble sleeping after a divorce. But if sleep problems last too long, they can lead to potentially harmful increases in blood pressure, a new UA study finds. The research suggests that poor sleep quality might be one of the reasons divorce is linked to negative health effects.