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NASA's UArizona-led OSIRIS-REx mission has successfully stowed the spacecraft's Sample Return Capsule and its abundant sample of asteroid Bennu.
A "gender gap" in elections has been around for decades. What it will look like this year is hard to predict, says UArizona political scientist Barbara Norrander.
A new diagnostic test for coronavirus relies on gargling with saltwater instead of using a nasal swab. Initial results have been encouraging, UArizona virology expert Michael Worobey says.
A new virtual program brings Biosphere 2 science and scientists to student groups wherever they may be on the first biosphere – planet Earth.
The more people believe they are exposed to disinformation prior to an election, the more cynical they feel about politics when it's time to vote, researchers found.
The university remains in stage two of its reentry plan, with classes of up to 50 now given the option to meet on campus. A COVID-19 testing blitz will take place before Thanksgiving.
The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft successfully collected a large sample from the asteroid Bennu. But because some large pieces of rock are keeping the sample head from fully closing, the team has decided to expedite the stowing process.
The tendency to support a political party or candidate primarily based on dislike for the opposition is becoming more common, says a UArizona political scientist.
The gift from breast cancer survivor and longtime UArizona supporter Ginny Clements will strengthen patient care and research programs.
Ten years after NASA selected UArizona to lead the OSIRIS-REx mission, the spacecraft successfully completed its most treacherous and rewarding task: sample collection.