06/27/17: UA Research: Brains Evolved to Need Exercise

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UA Research: Brains Evolved to Need Exercise

In an article published in the journal Trends in Neurosciences, UA researchers David Raichlen and Gene Alexander suggest that the link between exercise and the brain is a product of our evolutionary history and our physically active past as hunter-gatherers.

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UA Art Museum Introduces Tinkerlab for Young Makers

The new Tinkerlab, a partnership that also involves the iSpace, the College of Engineering and the Sonoran Glass School, promotes hands-on engagement for all ages.

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Quest to End Macular Degeneration Continues With $1.7M Grant

The UA's Brian McKay will continue his work showing that levodopa — used in treating Parkinson’s disease — can delay or prevent the sight-destroying eye disease.

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UA Journalist Delivers Historic Photo to South Korean Leader

In a recent visit, professor Kim Newton gave new president Moon Jae-in a framed copy of Newton's iconic image of student protesters during the 1987 democracy movement.

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