OSIRIS-REx 101: Brush up on the basics before Bennu's sample touches down

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September 21, 2023

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OSIRIS-REx 101: Brush up on the basics before Bennu's sample touches down

Ahead of Sunday's sample delivery, learn about the asteroid, the spacecraft and the people starring in the historic OSIRIS-REx mission, which will launch decades of scientific research and could help explain the origins of the solar system and life itself.

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The pace of climate-driven extinction is accelerating, a UArizona-led study shows

Studying a lizard species in 18 mountain ranges in southeastern Arizona, researchers found 70 years' worth of climate-related extinction occurred in only seven years.

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UArizona Research, MIS shine in latest US News & World Report ranking

The university's undergraduate program in Management Information Systems rose to No. 3 overall and No. 2 among public universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2024 rankings.

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University Libraries awarded $1.2M to support borderlands studies, HSI initiatives

The grant from the Mellon Foundation will support undergraduate research and provide a fellowship program for university faculty to learn digital and archival methods from library experts.

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Vets and pets: Can service dogs help veterans?

The Service Dog and Veteran Experiences Study will look at the impact of service dogs on veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as the factors that may contribute to the success of individual animals.

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