05/29/17: UA Has the Tools to Analyze Asteroid's Dirt

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May 30, 2017

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UA Has the Tools to Analyze Asteroid's Dirt

The arrival of a sample from OSIRIS-REx is still six years away, but the UA's Tom Zega already is preparing for it. Zega will be one of the first scientists to receive the rubble returned to Earth from the asteroid Bennu by the UA-led mission. "Sample return is a treasure trove of information," he says.

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Teaching and Students

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UA Journalists Report on Border Towns Along 110th Meridian

A team of 10 UA student journalists examined two communities and the people who live along the 110th meridian on the U.S. border with Mexico and Canada, winning two major awards for the work.

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How One Mexican Network Encourages Local Food Production

UA researcher Laurel Bellante found that a group in the southern state of Chiapas has been successful in localizing the food system despite the rise of industrial food production.

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Luck, Life and the Transplant Games: An Athlete's Story

Having received two kidneys – one donated by his father, one by his mother – UA alumnus Zachary Brooks is preparing for the World Transplant Games in Spain next month.

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