Monsoon Madness: Professional and Amateur Forecasters Invited to Bet on Much-Needed Rain

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June 17, 2021

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Monsoon Madness: Professional and Amateur Forecasters Invited to Bet on Much-Needed Rain

Professional forecasters' predictions for this year's monsoon season are "basically a scientific shrug," according to UArizona climate researchers. Now, members of the public can put their own monsoon predictions to the test in a fantasy monsoon game.

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UArizona to Lead Mission to Discover Potentially Dangerous Asteroids

Infrared astronomy expert Amy Mainzer will lead NASA's NEO Surveyor mission to find, track and characterize yet unseen asteroids and comets that may pose a threat to Earth. 

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Arizona Baseball Heads to Omaha for College World Series

The Arizona baseball team is making its 18th appearance in the College World Series. The Wildcats will take on Vanderbilt at 4 p.m. on Saturday.

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UArizona Ranks 28 Among Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U.S. Utility Patents in 2020

In 2020, a total of 81 patents were issued to UArizona and the Arizona Board of Regents for inventions developed at the university. That's 19 more than the previous year.

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New School of Mining and Mineral Resources Will Take Holistic Approach

Jointly housed in the College of Engineering and the College of Science, the school will offer training in areas such as data science, business, social sciences, public health and law.

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