04/27/17: A Chicken-Egg Question: Where Do Baby Genes Come From?

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April 27, 2017

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A Chicken-Egg Question: Where Do Baby Genes Come From?

New genes are more likely to emerge fully developed from a genome's "junk" DNA than many scientists would have expected, according to new research by UA evolutionary biologists.

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Four Questions: The New Workforce Solution

Due to rapidly changing workforce demands, many colleges and universities are modifying organizational structures to better prepare graduates, says Melissa Vito, a UA senior VP.

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Dr. Guy Reed Named Dean of College of Medicine – Phoenix

The noted cardiologist, health administrator and chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will assume his new position in mid-July.

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Design Day: The Next Big Thing, 100 Times Over

It's the College of Engineering's biggest event of the year – a showcase of senior design projects. Technologies to debut include an exoskeleton that makes walking easier for a UA student with cerebral palsy. With UANews video.

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