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Stephanie Russo Carroll, associate director of the Native Nations Institute, encourages institutions to adopt policies and practices that recognize Indigenous Peoples' right to control data on their communities, lands and cultures.
Hsp90-inhibitor drugs in the spinal cord are showing promise as potential pain therapeutics, finds a new study by University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers.
Efforts are underway to wean the university off fossil fuels by 2040 or sooner. As a first step toward that goal, the Office of Sustainability is leading the development of the university's first Sustainability and Climate Action Plan.
UArizona is home to the nation's first collegiate para swimming program, which will soon wrap up its second season. The coach and founding members are looking forward to growing the team in the fall.
The Arizona Partnership for Climate-Smart Food Crops will promote climate-smart food production practices and help farmers reduce water consumption and carbon emissions.
With funding from the state's New Economy Initiative, researchers are working to develop precision cancer treatments using 3D-printed environments that mimic human tissue.
Floyd "Ski" Chilton, a professor of nutritional sciences and director of the university's Center for Precision Nutrition and Wellness, has received the highest professional distinction awarded to academic inventors.
University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins has formed a commission tasked with identifying solutions to food and economic insecurity in the state and around the world.
As countries around the world work to advance weapons traveling at hypersonic speed, a UArizona-led team is building a "brain" for high-speed vehicles and interceptors.
University of Arizona researchers are teaming up with partners around the world to promote resilience and create solutions to global climate challenges.