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Number theorist Brandon Levin and cosmologist Elisabeth Krause are two of 128 early-career scientists to be honored for their current performance and future potential in research.
Astronomers can now use ground-based telescopes to capture images of planets that could potentially harbor life within the habitable zone of the Alpha Centauri star system.
Scientists outfitted bugs with body armor to learn more about how evolution has shaped weapons in the animal kingdom and why weapons differ among species.
The test uses a smartphone microscope to analyze saliva samples and deliver results in about 10 minutes.
When Iceland's Laki volcano erupted in 1783, its effects rippled around the world. Researchers analyzed tree rings to understand how climate responded in northwestern North America. The work will help fine-tune future climate models.
A team of scientists led by UArizona's Christopher Hamilton will send drones on exploration missions across a lava field in Iceland to test a next-generation Mars exploration concept.
A new model shows how brine on Jupiter's moon Europa can migrate within the icy shell to form pockets of salty water that erupt to the surface when freezing.
Gregg Garfin – whose research focuses on adaptation to climate change, climate variability and drought – has been elected a 2020 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Mars once had oceans but is now bone-dry, leaving many to wonder how the water was lost. New research suggests that the water escaped not like a leaky faucet, but with a sudden splash.
NASA awarded approximately $12 million to UArizona astrobiology researchers to establish research teams tasked with advancing our fundamental understanding of early Earth.