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Researchers from the UA and Mexico's anthropology institute have found evidence that cavemen were slaughtering elephant-like beasts in an area near the U.S.-Mexico border.
Kathy Mattea, whose repertoire includes country, bluegrass and Celtic music, will be performing at the UA's Centennial Hall on Saturday.
UA microbiologist Charles Gerba has been investigating ways that water fountains harbor germs. People need not avoid them, but Gerba offers some tips on ways to minimize the chance of infection.
Arizona is one of only two teams in the Pac-10 that controls its own destiny.
Despite very low light, HiRISE has taken images of the Phoenix Mars Lander blanketed by carbon dioxide ice.
Malcolm Compitello, head of the UA Spanish and Portuguese department, reflects on the life and legacy of the well-known Spanish author.
A 2006 UA/Duke study found that social isolation was increasing in the U.S. There is now a debate as to whether Web and mobile communications is contributing to this trend.
A Spitzer Space Telescope team led by UA astronomer Kate Su captured an infrared image of a giant halo of fine dust around a young star. The dust is created by planets jostling smaller comet-like bodies.
UA President Robert N. Shelton was among the leaders in higher education who spoke to the New York Times about funding challenges facing public universities nationwide.
Researchers have found that eight percent of workers at the World Trade Center site have had an asthma attack.