Puppies are Wired to Communicate With People

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June 10, 2021

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Puppies are Wired to Communicate With People, Study Shows

Dogs' abilities to communicate with people may be present shortly after birth rather than learned, a new study suggests. Genetics may also help explain why some dogs perform better than others on tasks such as following pointing gestures.

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Science and Technology

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Asteroid 16 Psyche Might Not Be What Scientists Expected

New research by a UArizona undergraduate finds that asteroid 16 Psyche, the target of an upcoming NASA mission, may not be as metallic or dense as predicted.

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Health

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Connection Vital for Older Adults During the Pandemic

University of Arizona Health Sciences experts say resilience helped many older adults overcome a "second pandemic" of social isolation.

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Science and Technology

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Organic Molecules Offer Clues About Dying Stars and Outskirts of the Milky Way

UArizona researchers have observed, in unprecedented detail, organic molecules in planetary nebulae. Their work sheds new light on how stars form and die.

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Teaching and Students

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UArizona, Diné College to Train Next Generation of Navajo Water Scientists

A $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will help UArizona and Diné College prepare Navajo Nation college students for careers in STEM.

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Campus News

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UArizona Makes 5-Spot Jump in Major International Ranking

UArizona is tied for No. 268 globally, No. 56 in the United States and No. 67 in North America in the 2022 QS World University Rankings, released Tuesday.

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