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The portable inflatable Ocean Space Habitat, co-invented by UArizona professor Winslow Burleson, allows occupants to essentially camp out underwater.
The University of Arizona School of Journalism's annual award honors journalists or organizations that fight for freedom of the press and the people's right to know. A gala luncheon will be held on Oct. 1.
Dogs' abilities to communicate with people may be present shortly after birth rather than learned, a new study suggests. Genetics may also help explain why some dogs perform better than others on tasks such as following pointing gestures.
The four projects include a documentary about the Indigenous Rarámuri people of northern Mexico, a project documenting the experiences of asylum seekers, an archive of newspapers from around the borderlands, and an oral history project on forensic citizenship.
Life is slowly returning to what it was pre-pandemic, but some people may be feeling anxious about the transition. University of Arizona behavioral scientist Chris Segrin explains why.
Lynn Nadel has made extensive contributions to human understanding of memory and cognition through his research on the part of the brain known as the hippocampus.
Researchers in the UArizona's Southwest Institute for Research on Women will study how policy changes amid the pandemic have affected access to medication for opioid use disorder, especially for rural and tribal communities.
Sociologist Jennifer Carlson sees gun business as a telltale sign of what's going on in the American psyche. If that is the case, Americans in 2020 were afraid.
The online format promises just as much interaction with authors, just as many engaging children's activities and, of course, plenty of opportunities to get your hands on your next favorite book.