Novel Coronavirus Circulated Undetected Months Before First COVID-19 Cases

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Novel Coronavirus Circulated Undetected Months Before First COVID-19 Cases in Wuhan

A new study dates emergence of the virus that causes COVID-19 to as early as October 2019. Simulations also suggest that in most cases zoonotic viruses die out naturally before causing a pandemic.

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Probing Alien Worlds: NASA's Pandora Mission Builds on UArizona Research

Tools and methods developed by Daniel Apai's research group at UArizona will help study the atmosphere of exoplanets as part of NASA's Pandora mission concept.

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Positive Societal Response to Past Climate Variability Sets an Example for Today

Humans' response to climate variability is not all doom and gloom. Past societies have found ways to thrive and innovate under climatic stresses, researchers say.

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Gallery: Gov. Ducey Visits UArizona Vaccination Site as Vaccine Eligibility Expands

Ducey praised the university's progress as vaccine eligibility moves to 16 and older.

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