06/29/17: Asteroid Day Turns Informative With UA Panel

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Asteroid Day Turns Informative With UA Panel

Despite what you might have seen in movies such as "Armageddon," there is more to be learned than feared from asteroids, and the UA-led OSIRIS-REx mission will provide an education all its own. On Tuesday, five UA scientists talked about the space rocks and what they know about them.

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UA Scientist's Research May Lead to Treatment for Hot Flashes

Fifteen years ago, Dr. Naomi Rance thought she should "try to figure out" hot flashes, and now her findings could end up offering relief to millions of women. With UANews video.

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To Buzz or to Scrabble? To Foraging Bees, That's the Question

A team of UA biologists has discovered that for a hard-working bumblebee, foraging for pollen versus nectar is very different — and tougher than you might think. With UANews video.

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In the Age of Social Media, He's a New Kind of Scientist

Getting the word out is just as important as getting the science out, in the estimation of the UA's Michael Johnson, who has used blogs and tweets as tools to reach an audience.

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