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The university's pre-holiday testing blitz, which continues through Nov. 25, is succeeding in its goal to test large numbers of students before they head home for Thanksgiving.
A study led by Dr. Julie Bauman will be expanded to further investigate the safety and effectiveness of a personalized cancer vaccine.
After temporarily closing due to COVID-19, Biosphere 2 is now welcoming visitors to tour the world-class research facility safely and at their own pace, using the updated Biosphere 2 Experience app.
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.
Dedicated during Native American Heritage Month, a new exhibit at the Arizona BookStore features the flags of all 22 Native Nations in Arizona.
With Arizona Football set to play its first game on Saturday, Dr. Stephen Paul, one of the leaders of Arizona Athletics' reentry efforts, discusses the team's resilience.
The more TV kids watch, the more ads they see and the more likely they are to ask for things on shopping trips. That may contribute to parents' overall stress levels, researchers found.
The festivities include a virtual bonfire and lighting of "A" Mountain, virtual tours, college breakfasts, celebrations of Arizona traditions and more.
A Fuel Wonder event on Friday, Nov. 13, will conclude Giving Day. The program will showcase ways the gifts are fueling students' wonder so they can meet their potential and share it with the world.
The university plans to test all students who attend in-person classes in the spring, President Robert C. Robbins said during his weekly briefing on the campus reentry progress.