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By combining Hubble Space Telescope observations with theoretical models, a team of astronomers has gained insights into the chemical and physical makeup of a variety of exoplanets known as hot Jupiters.
The U.S. will experience more extreme cold winter weather as climate change slows down ocean currents, new research finds. The study was motivated by the extreme cold experienced in Texas earlier this year.
"The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation" features more than 100 works, including pieces by major artists like Andy Warhol.
The project promises a new look, new life and a new neighbor for "Old Chem," plus the expansion of collaborative learning spaces on campus.
All employees, including student workers, graduate assistants and graduate associates, must be vaccinated unless they have been granted a religious or disability exemption.
Prairie dog kisses helped researcher Jennifer Verdolin map the intricacies of prairie dog social dynamics – from how many friends a particular prairie dog has to how many connections the critter facilitates.
When the pandemic sent many students home from class, UArizona researchers developed an at-home lesson plan to teach high schoolers about bioinformatics and SARS-CoV-2.
Mexican American studies scholar Michelle Téllez gives an overview of the autumn holiday of mourning that originated in Mexico and is now celebrated around the world.
The "Crossing Latinidades: Emerging Scholars and New Comparative Directions" project centers on research and training initiatives that will expand opportunities for a growing population of Latinx students and support a national cohort of doctoral students in Latinx humanities studies.