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New University of Arizona-led science is using air-based maps of plant chemistry to improve carbon cycling models in hyperdiverse tropical forests.
A University of Arizona researcher describes how a cellular structure that was once lost to science combats attacks waged in the “world’s oldest war.” Her research is part of a larger renaissance in the field thanks to new techniques.
A new study provides insight into how the small brains of mantis shrimp – fierce predators with keen vision that are among the fastest strikers in the animal kingdom – are able to make sense of a breathtaking amount of visual input.
New University of Arizona-led research found that out of about 435,000 land plants on Earth, 36.5% are exceedingly rare and are clustered in hot spots.
Two University of Arizona researchers involved in NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission are excited about the spacecraft's first close encounters with the sun.
Tumamoc Hill is a fragile cultural landscape, and the only way to effectively sustain its integrity is with community support and care.
Climate researchers have shown that the conversation around migration out of Central America should be more nuanced and based on local trends rather than regional expectations.
Researchers discovered a mechanism that could explain why planetary nebulae are teeming with unseemingly complex carbon molecules.
Ewen Whitaker identified the correct location of the Surveyor 3 landing site, making NASA's demonstration of a pinpoint landing of Apollo 12 possible.
If you're always scoring 100%, you're probably not learning anything new. A UArizona-led research team found that the "sweet spot" for learning is 85%.