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NASA's new flagship space observatory has arrived in French Guinea, where it will be readied for launch on Dec. 18. UArizona astronomers Marcia and George Rieke played key roles in designing and building the telescope's infrared "eyes," which will peer deeper into the cosmos than ever before.
Surprisingly little is known about how rain moves through landscapes once it's on the ground. A $3.5 million grant will allow scientists to study the role of plants and microbes in the process.
UArizona researchers are part of a national team analyzing how the practice of growing crops under solar panels can best be implemented across the country.
The network, established with funding from the National Institutes of Health, has the ultimate goal of developing more effective brain-aging treatments and interventions targeted to the individual.
The new building is designed to draw on the university’s core strengths and research collaborations in space exploration, optics, quantum information science and more.
HydroGEN, a UArizona-led project funded by the National Science Foundation's Convergence Accelerator program, will allow researchers to build a national platform for hydrologic forecasting.
The Indigenous Resilience Center will work directly with Native American nations to address environmental challenges in ways that respect Native and Indigenous sovereignty and knowledge.
UArizona will celebrate the opening of its Washington, D.C. Center for Outreach & Collaboration with a series of events showcasing the university's expertise and influence.