11/05/20: Asteroid's Scars Tell Stories of its Past

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November 05, 2020

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Asteroid's Scars Tell Stories of its Past

Impact craters in the boulders on asteroid Bennu allowed researchers to reconstruct the history of the near-Earth object in unprecedented detail.

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OSIRIS-REx Successfully Stows Sample of Asteroid Bennu

NASA's UArizona-led OSIRIS-REx mission has successfully stowed the spacecraft's Sample Return Capsule and its abundant sample of asteroid Bennu.

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Sessions with a Scientist! Program Brings Biosphere 2 to Classrooms Around the World

A new virtual program brings Biosphere 2 science and scientists to student groups wherever they may be on the first biosphere – planet Earth.

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UArizona, Operation Hat Trick 'Gear Up' For Vets

UArizona is again partnering with Operation Hat Trick to support military service members and veterans through the sale of military-themed merchandise.

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Arts and Humanities, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences Shine in Times Higher Education's Subject Rankings

UArizona is in the top 20 among U.S. public universities in arts and humanities, physical sciences and social sciences.

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$1.8M to Advance Device for Detecting COVID-19, Cancer, Contaminants

A biomedical engineering professor's technology detects ultra-low levels of disease particles, performance-enhancing drugs, contaminants and "anything worth sensing."

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UArizona Plans for Holidays, Spring Semester Amid National COVID-19 Spike

The university is currently allowing courses of up to 50 students to meet on campus. After Thanksgiving, all courses will transition to being fully online.

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