Latest advances in mining, engineering, technology and astronomy are covered in a visit by country’s science delegation.
UA geoscientists find that a rapid uplift of the Earth’s crust, the result of glacial melting, coincides with the onset of warming.
Practical health care from the commercialization of biomedical technology is the goal of the new Arizona Center for Accelerated Biomedical Innovation.
Novel “speed networking” competition at the UA results in two creative, interdisciplinary projects that stand to benefit the interests of the community.
Details of the OSIRIS-REx asteroid mission are depicted in spectacular fashion by UA art students on a building’s facade.
There is evidence that contemplative practices provide important mental, emotional and physical benefits, and UA students and employees are getting on board.
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A season of controversy put the issue of domestic violence in the headlines, but Hope Schau says the league's future is secure because "people are still going to watch football."