10/27/16: Valley Fever: Grand Challenge for UA Research

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October 27, 2016

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Valley Fever: Grand Challenge for UA Research

Adam Buntzman's back began to hurt and he had difficulty drawing a breath. He was fatigued. Eventually, he was diagnosed with Valley fever, and now the research assistant professor is part of a team working on a vaccine that could be the answer for human and pet sufferers. With UANews video.

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Findings Show How AIDS Spread Across North America

A new molecular technique, developed by UA and University of Cambridge researchers to extract the virus' RNA, provides a look back in time to the beginnings of the epidemic.

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UA Improves Overall Score in Best Global Universities List

The 2017 list from U.S. News & World Report highlights academic research and reputation among 1,000 universities and ranks the UA's space science program No. 7.

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Sustainability Teams Ramp Up for Homecoming Activities

Led by the Office of Sustainability, partners from across campus are working to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills after Homecoming, one of the UA’s largest events of the year.

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