7 Colorful Critters to Spot This Monsoon Season

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July 29, 2021

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Bug Bonanza: 7 Big, Colorful Critters to Try to Spot This Monsoon Season

Summers are a smorgasbord of insect activity in Arizona. Entomologist Gene Hall breaks down some of the unique critters that are making an appearance after the monsoon rains.

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Climate Adaptation at the Department of Defense and Beyond

New UArizona-led research identifies climate change challenges faced by U.S. Department of Defense facilities, and solutions that might serve as a model for other large organizations.

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UArizona Psychologists Receive $2.9M to Study Neural Mechanisms of Emotions in Couples

The study will help researchers better understand how difficulties in romantic relationships affect mental health, well-being and risk for depression.

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Tiny Wireless Device Illuminates Neuron Activity in the Brain

A less invasive optogenetic device, which shines light at specific neurons in the brain, takes researchers a step closer to new treatments for chronic pain, depression, epilepsy and more.

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Instrument Ready to Discover New Planets

UArizona is providing the software hub for the NEID spectrometer on Kitt Peak as the instrument begins its mission to discover Earth-like planets elsewhere in the Milky Way.

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Despite COVID, UArizona Reports Strong Year for Innovation and Commercialization

The university achieved a record 124 license agreements, launched 17 new companies, and grew the number of inventions disclosed and patents filed.

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