During monsoon season, the campus offices of the National Weather Service keep an eye on Tucson and the rest of southern Arizona.
David Cuillier, director of the School of Journalism, testifies that the 50-year-old Freedom of Information Act needs to be made stronger.
The UA’s ENR2 building now has a permanent tribute to the facility’s ‘first residents,’ whose fame spread around the world.
The race for the White House has been full of surprises, and UA professor Samara Klar suspects there will be a few more of them.
UA Health Sciences and Banner Health have received a major NIH grant in a landmark initiative that will greatly enhance precision medicine and create Arizona jobs.
With more than $2 million in new funding from the National Science Foundation, the three will uncover new science and technology and share it with the community.
Stephanie Soto has assisted Tucson-based station KOLD-TV in the launch of "Noticias 13."
Named for the sacred eye of an ancient Egyptian goddess, the object is the first gravitational lensing system with a galaxy lens in which the distances to two background galaxies have been measured accurately.