09/05/17: Stellar Corpse Sheds Light on Cosmic Rays

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September 05, 2017

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Stellar Corpse Sheds Light on Cosmic Rays

Electromagnetic radiation streaming from the Crab Nebula has its origin in one population of electrons and must be produced differently than scientists have thought. UA scientist Federico Fraschetti calls it "a significant advance in our understanding of particle acceleration at shock waves."

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Non-Psychotropic Cannabinoids Show Promise for Pain Relief

According to the UA's Todd Vanderah, the chemical compounds — unlike opioids — help slow bone loss while also slowing the proliferation of metastatic breast cancer.

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UA-Invented Sunscreen Licensed to Leading Aloe Vera Supplier

A non-skin-penetrating sunscreen has been licensed to MexiAloe from the work of professor Douglas Loy and student Stephanie Tolbert, who developed the formulation.

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Film 'Food Evolution' Explores the Debate Over GMOs

Faculty members from the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will discuss issues surrounding the use of genetically modified organisms at a Tucson screening.

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