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The National Science Foundation grant will support graduate students working across scientific disciplines on challenges ranging from climate change to sustainable food production.
Earyn McGee began her education as a field research-focused undergraduate but then became a science communication sensation on social media.
Does our laundry carry germs that can make us sick? UArizona researchers Charles Gerba and Kelly Reynolds review the current science on how to safely tackle the dirty job.
Dragonflies, mayflies and caddisflies may be small, but their appearance could signal a big comeback for the beleaguered rivers of the American Southwest.
Buzz surrounding the arrival of the Asian giant hornet in the Pacific Northwest has many Arizonans mistaking native, beneficial bugs for the potentially invasive wasp.
Tech Launch Arizona has awarded funding to five-student teams to develop inventions with the goal of bringing them to the public as impactful products to benefit society.
A new study from UArizona entomologists reaffirms the importance of crop rotation and diversification in combating the western corn rootworm's resistance to biotech crops.
Early childhood education centers play an important role in encouraging parents to engage in educational activities with their children at the centers and at home, research finds.
The UArizona center unites medical and environmental scientists across campus to attack the unique environmental contamination issues facing Arizona.
Closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic have made it difficult for tribal members to collect and transport firewood from nearby forests for cooking, boiling water and heating.