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Atmospheric scientists have developed an algorithm that uses data from water vapor movements to measure wind. This could help predict extreme events like hurricanes.
Wastewater-based epidemiology's potential was brought to bear during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it could help public health officials get ahead of the drug-resistant fungus Candida auris.
A UArizona undergraduate looked at cities as living things to investigate how human energy use changes with rising temperatures. Her research could help save lives from heat waves.
Jiang Wu, head of the university's Center for Buddhist Studies, will use the award to further research the impact of 17th-century Buddhist monk Yinyuan Longqi.
Amplified – one of four student a cappella groups at the university – will be the first Arizona team to compete in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella finals. The award-winning ensemble has 15 student members – none of them music majors – who say what they are learning through a cappella is supporting their academic and professional ambitions.
The university will celebrate APIDA Heritage Month with a variety of events, including a henna night and talks on Chinese medicine. The university celebrates the heritage month in April before students depart for summer break.
UArizona is home to the nation's first collegiate para swimming program, which will soon wrap up its second season. The coach and founding members are looking forward to growing the team in the fall.
UArizona astronomers have joined an international effort to study the aftermath of the brightest flash of gamma rays ever observed. Observations involving UArizona telescopes and instruments provide astronomers with a "cosmic lab" to study how massive stars die.
The university on Monday released the campus safety report prepared by the independent PAX Group following the Oct. 5 shooting death of professor Thomas Meixner. President Robert C. Robbins discusses the report's findings in this memo and video to campus.
Using the James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers observed detailed features, including roiling clouds of dust, in the atmosphere of a brown dwarf planet 40 light-years away.