Record-Breaking Temperatures More Likely in Populated Tropics

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Record-Breaking Temperatures More Likely in Populated Tropics

Crumbling icebergs may come to mind when imagining the most dramatic effects of global warming. However, more record-breaking temperatures will actually occur in the tropics, new research suggests.

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UArizona and NASA Identify Methane Super-Emitters in the Nation's Largest Oil Field

Fixing just the worst leaks in the Permian Basin oil field could cut emissions of methane  — a potent greenhouse gas — by 55 tons an hour, new research finds.

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Arizona Softball Headed to Women's College World Series

For the 24th time in program history, UArizona's softball team will compete in the Women's College World Series. The Wildcats take on the Alabama Crimson Tide on Thursday.

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Map of 226M Galaxies Provides Unprecedented Look at the Evolution of the Universe

An international team of scientists, including several from UArizona, has completed the largest-ever map of the universe, spanning more than 7 billion light-years.

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UArizona Engineers Demonstrate a Quantum Advantage

Researchers in the College of Engineering and James C. Wyant College of Optical Sciences have demonstrated how quantum resources can improve technology today.

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