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People who lost loved ones were asked in a study to recall moments of grief. Their blood pressure escalated as a result.
Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium's newest exhibit, "Undersea Discovery," takes visitors on a journey from the ocean shore to its rarely seen depths, providing a look at the colorful animals and plants that make up the vast waters of the world.
Symptoms of long COVID include fatigue, brain fog and dizziness that last for months or years after a person is initially infected. A study of nearly 10,000 Americans found that long COVID may be more common and severe in those infected before the 2021 omicron variant.
UArizona ranks No. 15 among large schools on the Peace Corps' list of colleges and universities that produced the most volunteers between 2003 and 2023. Since the Peace Corps' founding in 1961, more than 1,720 UArizona alumni have served abroad as volunteers.
Using computational imaging tools, optical sciences professor David Brady has developed a novel technique called sparse holography that creates three-dimensional images from two-dimensional holograms. The work earned him the Emmett N. Leith Medal from Optica.
Regents Professors Marcia and George Rieke and UArizona alumna Jane Rigby were recognized for their accomplishments in astronomy and key contributions to the James Webb Space Telescope.
The grant, from the U.S. Department of Education's Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program, will fund activities focused on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, including a student internship program, first-year writing curriculum and faculty fellowships.
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.
Artificial intelligence-powered medical treatment options are on the rise, but more than 50% of people don't fully trust them, a new study finds. However, many put faith in AI if it's monitored and guided by human touch.
The gift from Bruce and Patricia Bartlett creates the George A. Vanderheiden Endowed Chair in Cancer Immunological Research at the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies.