Researchers Enlist Robot Swarms to Mine Lunar Resources

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September 09, 2021

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Researchers Enlist Robot Swarms to Mine Lunar Resources

As scientists begin to more seriously consider constructing bases on celestial bodies such as the moon, the idea of space mining is growing in popularity. With $500,000 in NASA funding, UArizona engineers are working to advance space-mining methods that use swarms of autonomous robots.

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UArizona Experts: In Wake of COVID-19, Employers Must Make Offices Healing Spaces

The pandemic has forced employers to think about how office spaces can reduce employee stress and enhance well-being, say two UArizona researchers who study how physical spaces affect health.

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Drought – More Than Temperature – Governs Diversity of Life on Earth

A new UArizona-led study uses big data to assess why the diversity of species varies across the globe. What researchers learned changes our understanding of future diversity in a warming world. 

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UArizona Research Project to Monitor Health of SpaceX Inspiration4 Crew

UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix researchers designed novel molecular diagnostics technology to monitor the health of four crew members during the all-civilian spaceflight.

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